Action 1: Learn More
Become an Observational Carbon Farmer TODAY to participate in Eco-Cycle’s citizen science study measuring how much carbon we can sequester in our own backyards!
Action 2: Follow the Story
Interested in helping Eco-Cycle shape a circular compost economy for Boulder County? Join the Coalition for Local Compost Climate Action to share your voice, bring new ideas to the table, and help move this important initiative forward!
Action 3: Make a Donation
Eco-Cycle works at the local, state, and national levels to advocate for composting services and infrastructure, incentivize compost use in agriculture, and build a circular compost economy. Help implement these climate solutions by donating to Eco-Cycle.
Action 4: Attend Events
Join us for our next virtual training, “Microplastics: How did we get here, and how can we fix it?” on Thursday, July 1st, 5:30-7:30 pm (MST). We’ll explore how microplastics are infiltrating our soils, water, and food — and how we all can be a part of the solution. RSVP today!
Action 5: Lend a Hand
Support local regenerative agriculture while you dine out through Restore Colorado, a public-private collaboration tackling climate change by building healthy soils. When you dine at participating restaurants, you can pay 1% extra to provide grants to local farmers and ranchers for “carbon farming” projects!