Long Beach Fresh, a community-based non-profit organization, is seeking input on composting via a short, new survey.
The survey results are intended to inform City-level decision makers as local government works to come into compliance with new California mandates for organics collection.
Survey participants through the end of May will be entered into an opportunity drawing with prizes from an array of local businesses, including Bel Canto Books, Feel Good Salsa, BYO Long Beach, What’s Crackin’ LBC, Gusto Bread, Long Beach Creamery, VBurger, Berlin Bistro, Portfolio Coffeehouse, Salud Juice, Art by Suri, and Little Coyote.
Want to read more about local composting efforts? Check out this recent article, which highlights current projects alongside the efforts of local soil health advocate and LB Fresh advisory board member, Renate Boronowski.
In addition to taking the survey, locals are highly encouraged to share it using the image and sample text below.
Interested in helping Long Beach plan for resilience against the climate crisis while also reducing your food waste? Help @LongBeachFresh inform policy in Long Beach by filling out their Compost Survey! #Scraps2Soil
Or find the link in @LongBeachFresh’s Instagram bio