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Carly Wier: Compost clarification

Carly Wier, executive director
High Country Conservation Center

Thanks for the great story on the composting effort at Summit Cove Elementary, but a key team member was missed from the story. Summit County Government’s High Country Compost Program is run by the hard-working, dedicated staff at the landfill – not High Country Conservation Center. It’s the county staff that collects and composts the food scraps and organic waste from Summit Cove Elementary and other locations. The Conservation Center assists by providing education to students, staff and parents but does not run the program.


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