Wicked good soils.

We make some of the world’s most exceptional soils. Whether you’re growing tomatoes on your porch, or grooming ten acres for planting, we create compost and soil mixes to optimize growth in any condition.

Drop it off

Drop off your food scraps, leaves, and yard debris, and we’ll turn it into wicked good compost. Since 1987, we’ve been turning community food waste & yard trimmings into nutrient-rich soils, feeding lawns & gardens across New England instead of the landfill. 

Quality, Quality, Quality

We perform lab tests and greenhouse growth trials on each small batch we produce—to ensure that every product we produce yields the very best results for our customers.

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Man drops off food scraps in green toter.
13
Nov

Food scrap drop-off on Saturdays

During the winter months, we are closed on Saturdays. The exact date when our schedule changes varies from year-to-year, depending on the weather. This year, with unseasonably warm…
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04
Oct

Add compost in the fall for great spring results

“This has been the best year for tomatoes I’ve ever seen!” – our friend Tom. It’s October, which hopefully means – if you’re anything like Tom – you’ve…
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03
Oct

A garlic-lover’s guide to growing garlic

As I start to see the leaves change color and the forecast look cooler, my excitement starts ramping up for all things fall related: harvest markets, apple picking,…
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Close-up image of marigold petals with frost.
03
Oct

How to prepare your garden for winter

As you’re pulling out the warm woolies in preparation for winter, don’t forget about your garden! Gardens need protection from winter conditions that can decrease soils’ biological activity,…
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