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Austin Airwaves - How to Create and Maintain a Hot Compost Pile (1994)

Jim Ellinger

Sound | 1994

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Produced in December 1994, possibly for public access television, this brief educational segment explains how to make and use a hot compost pile. Nancy Reppert narrates while Jim Ellinger demonstrates the process.