WHERE TO COMPOST: MINNESOTA

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Dakota County

-Dakota County offers several free drop-off points for food scraps and yard trimmings. You can find one near you, and see their instructions, here.

Minneapolis

-Make Dirt Not Waste: Keeps a list of restaurants in the Minneapolis area that compost their food waste, if you're curious and want to support them.
-The city is currently rolling out curbside composting in certain neighborhoods - you can learn more here.

Morris

-University of Minnesota Morris: Per a reader submission, this campus has many compost bins throughout. Find a location here.

St. Louis Park

-City collection: Opt-in curbside service is offered for all residential solid waste customers. Cost is included in solid waste rates. Drop-sites are offered for multi-family residents.

St. Paul

-St. Paul offers free drop-off sites, perfect for residents and visitors alike. You can find a list of sites here. Additionally, the city gives residents start-up kits to participate in the drop off organics recycling program. These kits include a compost bucket, and compost bags are always free.

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