If you’re cleaning out your pantry, see what can be composted rather than trashed.
Did you forget about that carrot and pea medley in the back of your freezer? Throw them in the compost heap.
If you have a paper shredder at home, this is an easy source of carbon for your compost pile. Just try to stay away from glossy inserts and magazines.
For you homebrewers out there, winemaking waste (either fermented or unfermented) is the perfect thing to put in your compost!
Human urine is high in nitrogen as well as phosphorus and potassium, and, well—it can be delivered in a form that’s perfect for assimilation.