Community Composting with Compost NOW
Bring your frozen food scraps in a reusable or compostable container, and we will transport them to local farms to be turned into nutrient-rich compost.
We accept the following:
⋅ Frozen fruit and vegetable scraps (peels, pits, seeds)
⋅ Tea bags, coffee grounds & filters
⋅ Eggshells, nut & seed shells
⋅ Plain bread, plain grains or plain pasta
Please no meat, no bones, no dairy, no oily foods.
Questions? Want to volunteer? Email firstname.lastname@example.org or find Compost NOW on Facebook @CompostNewOrleansWaste.
Every Sunday from January 7 - May 13.
Other Upcoming Events
While African American men’s roles in the indigenous ritual procession traditions go back over a century, the vital role of women is not as widely known. This exhibit illustrates a historical overview of the pride and work involved in preparing for the neighborhood processions that bring beauty and pride to New Orleans. It is documented through photographs and the ceremonial attire of the women who participate in the community based customs of the Black Masking/Mardi Gras Indian, Baby Doll and Social and Pleasure Club traditions. (More)