DURANGO'S COMPOSTING SOLUTION
TABLE TO FARM TO TABLE
Our curbside collection service provides a simple way to discard food scraps and other organic material, starting at just $18/month.LEARN MORE
Our artisan soil is created using the most nutrient rich material, which is sourced from our residential and commercial customers.SHOP COMPOST & SOIL
- $18/mo - Weekly Compost Service
- $26/mo - Weekly Compost Service with Glass Collection
Whether you're a Durango resident, business or commercial operation, we're here to help. The process is easy and the results are global.
Durango's Curbside Composting. No Mess, No Work, No Food Waste!
STEP 1: SIGN UP
Place your physical address in the sign-up box and choose from one of our pricing plans. Your bucket will be delivered to your doorstep on or before your next recycling day!
STEP 2: FILL UP
We take all food scraps! Please no plastic, metal, glass, animal waste or rubber. A small amount of fats and starches are acceptable.SEE FULL LIST.
STEP 3: PLACE OUT
Place your bucket by 8am curbside once a week on your recycling day and leave it out until 6pm!SEE OUR HOLIDAY SCHEDULE.
We pick up glass too!
Picked up weekly in your own container for just $8/month more! We have special HOA pricing! Call to learn more at 970-601-3113.
Get started for as little as $89/month
- CAFE: $89/month, 1 pick up/week, up to 3 10 gallon buckets
- SMALL BUSINESS: $149/month, 2 pick-ups/week, up to 3 10 gallon buckets
- LARGE BUSINESS: $199/month, 3 pick-ups/week, up to 3 10 gallon buckets
We specialize in working with grocery stores!
We work with each grocery store and commercial account to find a pricing and pick-up schedule that works for your business. Call for pricing and to learn more.
Purchase the highest quality compost & artisan soil blends. Always locally sourced and naturally made.
Table to Farm Compost was founded in early 2016 by David Golden and Emily Bowie with the goal of reducing household food waste in Durango. When they moved to Durango in the Spring of 2015, they found themselves living in an apartment with no choice but to send their food scraps out with the trash. So they decided to create Table to Farm Compost, empowering not only themselves but also the Durango community, to save their scraps from the landfill.
Monique moved to Durango in the late 90’s and immediately called it “home” because she was drawn to our small mountain town and its mix of desert and mountain ecosystems. Monique began her career as a field ornithologist and then moved into the non-profit world and found she had a proclivity for building small organizations from the ground up. Monique is currently the Executive Director of the Local First Foundation and was instrumental in founding the Chama Peak Land Alliance, a non-profit organization working with private landowners in southern Colorado and northern New Mexico. Monique holds a B.S. in Biology from the University of Notre Dame and brings a science-based perspective to much of her work. She has been an environmental activist since the age of 16 and is excited to bring her love of the outdoors and the environment to composting and waste reduction in La Plata County.
Taylor received his B.S. in Finance with a minor in Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences from the University of Colorado. He also studied courses in the Renewable and Sustainable Energy program. After college, Taylor went on to work in the mortgage banking sector in Florida. He returned to his hometown of Durango in 2014 to co-manage his childhood family business, a Honda automobile franchise. During this time, he attended a masters-like automotive program (NADA academy) in Washington, D.C., focused on financial and personnel management of the automotive dealership’s different departments. Taylor cares deeply about local sustainability, closed-loop ecosystems, and the natural environment. He likes to mountain bike, ski, hunt, play tennis, and practice aikido. He is currently getting an undergraduate EMT certificate and wants to be on a local ski patrol. “I like helping folks, playing in the dirt (compost reference!), photographing nature, and being a part of meaningful community work."
By choosing to support local businesses like Table to Farm Compost, your buying dollars stay in the Durango community and you are helping to grow the La Plata County economy.
Growing food removes valuable nutrients from the soil. Composting returns those nutrients to the soil, thus completing the cycle.
Save The Planet
Food that decomposes in a landfill releases methane gas, a greenhouse gas 86 times more potent than carbon dioxide over a 20 year lifespan. Plus, saving food from ever making it to the landfill reduces the need for more and larger landfills.
Household customers are eligible to receive a free 5 gallon finished compost dividend once a year in the Spring/Summer. Additional requests of compost can be filled through our online marketplace, and Table to Farm Compost customers receive a discount on compost and artisan soil!
Benefits to YOU!
Sign up for glass service and know that your glass is being processed and used in our artisan soil blend as a silica amendment. Also, receive first priority on hand batched artisan soil each spring, delivered direct to your doorstep.
IN THE NEWS
WASTED GROCERY FOOD TO BE COMPOSTED
Local News Network coverage of the Table to Farm partnership with Albertsons and Twin Buttes!