Recent studies estimate that 40% of the food grown in the US is never eaten and often ends up in our landfills. In Fayette County, we know that nearly a third of our landfill-bound solid waste is organic and could be composted. Local citizens can do something about this. Seedleaf is glad to be partnering with the Lexington Public Library (Downtown Branch) to help share information on two great ways that Lexingtonians can take care of our home food waste, either by composting, or using worms to assist with that breakdown (vermicomposting). Come with your questions for this interactive discussion of the process of food breakdown, and what area gardeners can do with the finished product.