This article highlights an exciting pilot project on the financial benefits of carbon sequestration through compost application. The Gold Ridge Resource Conservation District (RCD) conducted the project to explore the potential of compost in reducing greenhouse gas emissions and sequestering carbon from the atmosphere. The results were impressive, demonstrating that compost can significantly reduce the costs of fertilizers and other inputs while improving crop yields. This is great news for farmers and anyone interested in sustainable agriculture practices as it provides a cost-effective solution to address pressing environmental issues. On top of all that, this is yet another source of funding to help you get better crops for less money.
September 19, 2023
Last weekend, Cold Creek Compost made an appearance at the Hispanic Heritage Fair in Ukiah, hosted by our local paper Al Punto. Our booth featured samples of our products and was staffed by our highly qualified crew!
August 14, 2023
We love to see our customers get well-deserved recognition. A local chili farm in Boonville, CA called the Boonville Barn Collective grows a variety of highly acclaimed chilis. They were recently featured on PBS’s show America’s Heartland. Take a look at this short snippet about their farm:
July 17, 2023
The creation of compost has a long history dating back thousands of years, and the product itself is still highly popular as soil amendment for both large-scale farms and small home gardens. However, most people only have a vague idea of what compost is and definitions can vary. In simple terms, compost is made by […]
June 27, 2023
Any press is good press? Not always. Cold Creek Compost is happy to make the news in AgAlert’s latest publication, but the article points out a tricky subject in our industry. California is well-known for its stringent environmental regulation, and Cold Creek Compost has long felt the strain of those regulations. While our primary function […]
June 9, 2023
Our compost facility is a great place for your food waste to end up, but it’s even better if food never becomes waste at all. Produce gleaning is a great practice where ambitious individuals find fruit and vegetables that would otherwise rot on the vine and put it to good use. Farm to Pantry does […]