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Compost: A How-To Guide For Building Your Own

Rory Wheat

Rory holds a B.Sc in Environmental Biology and decided to further his education in the area that inspires him the most by getting a M.Sc in Sustainability. Rory grew up on a small family ranch in Alberta where his family still raises grass-fed sheep and cattle which they sell locally to friends and family. Now living in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Rory has become a wildlife ecologist for a not-for-profit called Troutreach. He endeavors to incorporate sustainability in his life whenever he can, his herb garden, composting, and aquaculture projects have become more than just hobbies. During his free time Rory enjoys reading a good book or spending it outside usually with his camera and his Australian Shepherd Elsa.

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  1. March 5, 2021

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  2. May 24, 2021

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  4. June 22, 2021

    […] a great opportunity to use that compost! For those of you who’ve gotten onboard composting (see our how to guide), it represents a nutrient-rich source of organic fertilizer for the […]

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