“This is NOT your typical “church basement bingo.” – Hamburger Mary’s Hosted by some of Milwaukee’s best drag entertainers (Dear Ruthie, Karen Valentine, and Pagan Holladay) we’re the featured charity for this fantastic upcoming HamBINGO event, Thursday, April 18. BINGO starts at 8PM, show up at 7:30 to get your seat and BINGO cards. There are fun drink specials supporting Kompost Kids as well.
An article series by Kompost Kids and Milwaukee Area Science Advocates Welcome back the #MakeDirtNotTrash series which describes the efforts of Kompost Kids, Milwaukee Area Science advocates (MASA), and the Bay View Bash moving towards an all-volunteer, near-zero–waste street festival. Check out the previous articles: The Bay View Bash Keeps Trash Out of the Landfill and Our Roots. Volunteers make it possible for us
An article series by Kompost Kids and Milwaukee Area Science Advocates. It’s time again to talk trash in Bay View. The city is hosting its annual Bay View Bash on September 15, between Potter and Clement on Kinnickinnic Avenue, and this year is revving up to be the biggest yet. The entirely volunteer-led festival is focused on becoming a sustainable, zero-waste event with all
Lots of fun information about the Bash coming up in less than a month! Check out this page for sponsorship and individual and team volunteer opportunities, as well as follow our article series with MASA called #MakeDirtNotTrash. Volunteers of the Bay View Bash know that “It’s only waste if it’s wasted,” and food scraps and recyclables are an important part of our sustainable future. Unphased
HUGE NEWS!! Our Good Friends at Company Brewing are supporting us in a big way. Bring or show this flyer anytime in May and let them know you’re with us. They’ll donate 10% of those sales to us 🙂 #ThisWillBeDirt Opening Night Reception Friday, May 4 from 7-11PM Artists collaborate to benefit Kompost Kids in a show at the Jazz Gallery Center for the Arts. Renée luna
As Milwaukeeans, we love our street fests. As compost and sustainability experts, it’s a little tough to see all those corncobs and plastic beer cups in a garbage can headed to a landfill. On September 16th, we’re partnering for the 5th year with the amazing Bay View Bash team and Blue Ribbon Organics to change the way neighborhood festivals can think through their “waste”
We recently received a great email from a girl scout troop in California thanking us for the community composting resources, and suggesting one of their own! In their research, the troop found this guide to composting in small spaces. Subsequently, we added it to our Additional Resources page! As the troop leader, Cindy said, they try to “follow the Girl Scout slogan of “Do a good turn daily.”