Compost Cab is a community-driven endeavor, and we’re extraordinarily proud to be working with terrific partners. We’re lucky to have them, and so are our communities.
ECO City Farms is an educational, not-for-profit enterprise located inside the Capital Beltway in Prince George’s County, MD designed to serve as a prototype for sustainable local farming.
The Farm Alliance of Baltimore City is a network of producers working to increase the viability of urban farming and improve access to urban grown foods. We are united by practices and principles that are socially, economically, and environmentally just.
FRESHFARM Markets is the largest network of farmers markets in the Chesapeake region, operating 11 vibrant producer-only farmers markets in DC, MD and VA. Their markets represent more than 150 farmers from 5 states with more than 9,000 acres under cultivation, serving 360,000 demographically diverse shoppers annually. FRESHFARM Markets is a leading voice for farmers markets in our area and a national leader in the local food movement.
The Small Town Energy Program (STEP) is being offered to Maryland Residents in College Heights Estates, Hyattsville, Riverdale Park and University Park, where we’ve been partnering on a residential composting pilot since November 2011. STEP is funded by a grant from the US Department of Energy. The program aims to transform the way residents use energy in their homes, and also to serve as a model for other small towns.
Using the garden cycle as a tool, the Washington Youth Garden at the U.S. National Arboretum inspires children and families to engage in self-discovery, explore relationships with food and the natural world, and contribute to the health and well-being of their communities.
Interested in partnering with Compost Cab? Please be in touch!