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Equal Time
Interview with Josh Kelly and Lisa Ransom
Carl Etnier, Josh Kelly, and Lisa Ransom
 Carl Etnier WGDR  Contact Contributor
Jan. 24, 2010, 6:53 p.m.
Feed the soil, keep down landfill costs, extend the life of landfills, create jobs, reduce greenhouse gases: These are all reasons to compost food waste.

Grow Compost in Moretown, Vermont is partnering with the Highfields Center for Composting and the Central Vermont Solid Waste Management District to collect food waste and create good compost. Guests are Josh Kelly of Highfields and Lisa Ransom of Grow Compost.

Peak Oil Check-In: Lack of Resilience in Haiti
Equal Time Productions. Originally broadcast on WDEV AM&FM, Waterbury and Montpelier, Vermont. Produced by Artie Levigne.
Free for non-commercial use. Contact me for conditions for commercial use. Please email me at if you broadcast it. Thanks!

Carl Etnier hosts Equal Time Radio one day a week, focusing on energy, food, and the local economy at the end of the age of oil. More information about the program, and audio from other Equal Time hosts, is available at

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