composting

Libby Flach, Tristen Clack and Ace Beattie combine compost buckets filled with apple cores destined for their compost bins.

One student’s trash...

Gathering buckets of half-eaten apple cores might not seem like a savory task for some, but for the students in Kate Eisele’s freshman science class, it was a duty they took on without complaint on a sunny Wednesday afternoon.

Gaither hopes items past their prime will go to good use somewhere—fruits and veggies could be composted, and according to online sources, milk that is sour but not curdled can be used for making cheese, baking and even facial masks.

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It kills Big Sky Community Food Bank Operations Manager Sarah Gaither to throw away food. After all, the items she receives are donated with the hope each will go to good use for hungry Big Sky residents.

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