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Become a volunteer Compost Coordinator with Dig In!

June 3, 2013
Dig In! volunteers

Dig In! volunteers enjoy the Hart House farm on a warm fall day.

Dig In! Campus Agriculture is looking for compost coordinators to help with running an efficient and productive compost on campus, updating the Food Security Project Coordinator, educating the community and campus about composting, working with Garden Coordinators and other campus groups to  to manage the compost and implementing programming, networking with other composting groups in the city, and enjoying the bounty of our food gardens for the growing season!

Details and benefits:

About 2 hours of coordination a week

Start date: June (flexible based on schedule & availability)

End date: End of October (flexible based on schedule & availability)

Learn about urban gardening, sustainable agriculture, waste reduction, composting, soil fertility and self-sufficiency

Gain valuable hands-on experience and leadership skills transferable to academic and career opportunities

Get involved in the urban agriculture community

Spend relaxing, rewarding time outdoors

Take home fresh, tasty produce!


commit 2 hours per week to coordination

turn soil in compost bins and add new compostables

network with groups and food services on campus to increase organic matter that goes into the compost

Training provided. If you are interested please send a resume and cover letter stating why you are interested in this opportunity to

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