Composting becomes popular in Westport schools

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Composting becomes popular in Westport schools

Some Westport elementary schools such as Greens Farms have started composting and becoming more environmentally conscious in their cafeterias. With the help of some passionate teachers and students, composting could be integrated into the Staples cafeteria in the near future.

Some Westport elementary schools such as Greens Farms have started composting and becoming more environmentally conscious in their cafeterias. With the help of some passionate teachers and students, composting could be integrated into the Staples cafeteria in the near future.

Lys Goldman ’21

Some Westport elementary schools such as Greens Farms have started composting and becoming more environmentally conscious in their cafeterias. With the help of some passionate teachers and students, composting could be integrated into the Staples cafeteria in the near future.

Lys Goldman ’21

Lys Goldman ’21

Some Westport elementary schools such as Greens Farms have started composting and becoming more environmentally conscious in their cafeterias. With the help of some passionate teachers and students, composting could be integrated into the Staples cafeteria in the near future.

Lys Goldman ’21 and Claire Redmer ’21

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