- Demo Day
Speaker and Workshop Instructor | Northern Tilth
Belfast, ME | firstname.lastname@example.org
Andrew Carpenter – Andrew Carpenter is a certified soil scientist, certified crop advisor and certified nutrient management planning specialist. Andrew has been recycling organic residuals and developing new recycling programs since 1992. He has extensive experience in planning and handling technical issues related to the reuse of organic residuals. Andrew received an M.S. in Plant, Soil and Environmental Science at the University of Maine. Currently, he is the Past President of the Northeast Biosolids and Residuals Association.
Session Code: 1E
Track: Uses, Markets and Marketing
Session Name: P in my Compost? Navigating Challenges to Phosphorous Limits
Session Time: Tuesday, January 25, 8:15 AM to 9:45 AM
Presentation Title: Introduction to Phosphorous in Compost and Soil
Presentation Description: Coming soon
Workshop Time: Monday, January 24, 1:00 – 4:30
Workshop Title: Compost Carbon Connection
Workshop Description: Detailed overview of the connection between compost and climate change, and the opportunity for composting operations and use to help reduce the impacts of climate change. Participants will leave with a good understanding of the connection between climate and composting, and with an understanding of compost operations factors impacting greenhouse gas emissions as well as potential (although still limited) opportunities for developing carbon credits associated with composting operations and sales.