We're excited to to announce a change in management for the
In September 2010, after a year of deliberation and searching for
the right partner, the MUD Board of Directors transfered management
of C2C to local group 1000 New Gardens (1KNG).
1KNG is using a new bike/trailer fleet (thanks to partnership
with MUD and Patagonia)
to continue collecting grounds, and
aims to begin distributing the compost to Missoulians in the near
future. MUD is deeply grateful for 15 years of sponsorship and
volunteer energy which developed the program, and we are confident
the program will prosper under 1KNG's management.
email@example.com OR 1000newgardens.ning.com
2009 C2C Update
Click on document below to download full transition details and
2009 stats on pounds of grounds composted, volunteer hours,
Coffee2Compost Transition_community update (10.2010).pdf
COMPOSTING @ MUD NOTE
Due to MUD's mission to demonstrate backyard-scale sustainability
practices, we cannot accommodate scraps from the public
composting system is managed as a backyard system, which only has
capacity to deal with our own volume of organic matter.
to access resources about doing your own
composting, and feel free to contact us with questions!