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Worm compost

The Ecological Foundation began its worm compost project to convert organic waste from the kitchens and gardens of the resort into soil and other products. Using California Red Wiggler worms (Eisenia foetida), a species that can consume their own weight in organic trash daily, the Foundation began working with the resort’s kitchens to convert tons of food waste into highly productive worm compost.

More recently, the Foundation has sought the advice of international experts in worm composting in order to expand its production, make a more consistent product, and be able to sell our worm compost consistently to the golf courses of Puntacana Resort & Club.