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WeCompost2 is a registered 501(c)3 non-profit corporation operating at Hart’s Worm Farm

Promoting ‘on-site’ composting and creating living, vibrant communities in and above the soil, Hart’s Worm Farm is a community composting operation that is overseen by weCompost2; we are very unique in that we:


  • Are located in an area that allows us to collect and glean food from the nearby farmers market.
  • Collect food scraps from other farmer’s markets, food pantries, coffee shops, breweries, juice restaurants and farmers.
  • Have a drop off location for resident’s food scraps.
  • Do not charge for food collection services.
  • Are located inside the city’s Farm & Food Lab, which showcases various methods of growing food. All food grown being donated to those experiencing food insecurity.
  • Close the loop; composting the food and plant waste produced at the Farm & Food Lab and return it in the form of worm castings and compost which in turn is used to grow more food.
  • Demonstrate 8 methods of composting with plans to increase that number to at least 14.
  • Are a nonprofit that is almost entirely self-sufficient and run by volunteers.
  • Most funds are generated by the sale of soil amendments, soils and outreach educational events.
  • Host events, demonstrations, lectures, tours and classes, many free to the public or offered on a as needed based sliding fee scale.
  • Host volunteer opportunities for students and adults, some coming from surrounding counties (Riverside and LA).
  • Have created a universal composting symbol.
  • Have a goal of creating thousands of micro household composting hubs – saving residential transporting and collection fees, reducing street congestion, reducing gas and diesel consumption and pollution, improving air quality, improving local soil quality and encouraging home gardening / food resiliency.
  • Have plans to create a hands-on traveling exhibit for children’s museums focusing on various composting methods; showing how composting relates to soil, plant and human health.
  • Focus on producing the highest quality compost and vermicompost, AND
  • Cultivate a safe, inviting place for individuals to gather, work, share ideas, learn and grow.