VIS.112-Deep in the Heart of Compost-AC22.USCC

Life requires us to be problem solvers. Success requires us to be dreamers. Chad Hymas is both a dreamer and a problem solver. In his personal life, he has had to find new solutions to create mobility, strength, and business success. Wouldn’t you like your team to acquire those same skills? With humorous stories and… Continue reading VIS.112-Deep in the Heart of Compost-AC22.USCC

VIS.114-Regenerative Secrets-AC22.USCC

Regenerative Agriculture Principles work well regardless of the environment, the foods being grown or raised, and the climate under which they are raised. Direct experiences with farms in all major climate regions and in many different production focuses shows that tremendous resilience can be achieved through proper application of the Six Principles of Soil Health… Continue reading VIS.114-Regenerative Secrets-AC22.USCC

VIS.113-Getting Consumers To Care About Composting-AC22.USCC

In the United States, over one-third of all available food goes uneaten through loss or waste. It is the single largest item in our everyday trash, and the largest item to go into municipal landfills. Consumers in their own homes make up the majority of food waste in America – more than grocery stores, restaurants, or… Continue reading VIS.113-Getting Consumers To Care About Composting-AC22.USCC

VIS.212-Community Composters: A Growing and Crucial Part of Infrastructure-AC22.USCC

In this session, Meredith Danberg-Ficarelli will summarize the growing network of community composters and their benefits in promoting a circular economy in which compost is used within the same area in which the food scraps are generated. She serves on the Steering Committee of the Community Composter Coalition, convened by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance.… Continue reading VIS.212-Community Composters: A Growing and Crucial Part of Infrastructure-AC22.USCC

VIS.211-Drawdown Georgia, A Case Study On Composting As A Mechanism to Address Global Warming-AC22.USCC

Project Drawdown has done a pragmatic assessment of transformational changes that will be necessary to curtail global warming. When we analyze these projects, we find many of them can be clustered into a broader narrative of Organic Circularity. Researchers in Georgia have adopted the Project Drawdown methodology and created a hierarchy of initiatives to achieve… Continue reading VIS.211-Drawdown Georgia, A Case Study On Composting As A Mechanism to Address Global Warming-AC22.USCC

VIS.210-A Circular Economy to Scale Carbon Farming and Compost Infrastructure-AC22.USCC

Zero Foodprint is a 501.c3 leading public private collaborations with governments in CA, CO to scale carbon farming. We generate funds from businesses and citizens and depoly grants in conjunction with trusted conservation networks like the Conservation Districts and Cooperative Extensions. We are scaling this circular economy with a long term vision of enabling direct… Continue reading VIS.210-A Circular Economy to Scale Carbon Farming and Compost Infrastructure-AC22.USCC