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The Week of Monday, January 7

If you have limited space for composting, then there are alternate small space options, such as vermicomposting. You can vermicompost, right under your kitchen sink, in a five gallon bucket from the home center. You can add just about any non-meat, non-dairy, not-greasy food you have on hand. Fruit and vegetable peels, leftover cooked veggies, rice, or plain pasta, coffee grounds, tea bags -- all of it can go into your worm bin.