Growing local food from compost.

Partners

It’s important that we process your compost at local urban farms & gardens to make soil in the city, our partners allow us to close the loop. Take a look at some of these great organizations in both DC and Baltimore:

Old City Farm & Guild

925 Rhode Island Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001

Charm City Farms

2000 Hillman St, Baltimore, MD 21202

Cultivate The City

Washington, DC

DC Urban Greens

3779 Ely Place SE, Washington, DC 20019

Dreaming Out Loud

700 Delaware Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024

Eco City Farms

6100 Emerson St Bladensburg, MD 20710

4913 Crittenden Street, Edmonston, MD 20781

Hillcrest Community Center

3100 Denver Street, SE Washington, DC 20020

Howard University Community Compost Cooperative

1001 Barry PL NW, Washington, DC 20001

Lovejoy Community Garden

1200 E St NE, Washington, DC 20002

Project EDEN

3754 MLK Ave SE, Washington DC 20032

Real Food Farm

2801 St Lo Dr, Baltimore, MD 21213

Takoma Park Community Garden

300 Van Buren Street, NW Washington, DC 20012

Twin Oaks Community Garden

1400 Taylor St. NW, Washington DC 20011

Wangari Gardens

3101 Park Pl NW, Washington, DC 20010

Washington Youth Garden

3501 New York Ave NE, Washington, DC 20002

West End Garden

2500 N St. NW, Washington DC 20037

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Follow That Pumpkin…
POSTED ON: December 13, 2016
Thanks to you, we recovered nearly half a ton! So that happened. Pumpkins for the People 2016 was a resounding success thanks to our awesome members! Together we rescued more than 800 pounds of pumpkins this post-Halloween season. Thanks to our members, and our friends at Freshfarm, Martha’s Table, Maryland Food Bank, Miriam’s...
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Pumpkins for the People 2016!
POSTED ON: November 1, 2016
BOO! Belated Happy Halloween! Did we scare you? No? Well, fine. But you know what scares us? Wasted food, of course. So now that the trick-or-treating is done, what happens to all those pumpkins? For the fourth year in a row, Compost Cab is proud to partner with organizations across...
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What are worm castings and how do I use them?
POSTED ON: October 24, 2016
The (not-so) secret power of worm castings Compost Cab members have the unique opportunity to get finished compost and worm castings delivered to their door as part of our innovative soil give-back program. Our lucky members are happy to use the local, organic compost as a soil amendment in their garden beds. Members...
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