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Composting is a natural occurrence, and is something that happens every day all around us. Composting can normally be completed in one season if done properly, and should only require a light sifting before use.
When undertaking a composting project there are a few things to consider.
Composting requires a little bit of space, and is normally something you’ll want to keep away from neighbors.
Composting can be done many ways, and methods for composting can range from using store-bought containers to large open-air mounds.
If you’re just getting into gardening or permaculture you might be wondering if getting serious about composting is for you.
Finding a place to homestead isn’t an easy process, it has to have enough available resources to allow you to live a simple life, and it has to be affordable – few people seeking the simple life start out with millions.