The following is an article published in the Knoxville News Sentinel on Dec. 5, 2019. Written by business reporter, Brenna McDermott: “Her startup makes composting easy for Knox residents”
As scientific research progresses, all of us at Green Heron realize that we have a responsibility to adhere to the latest and best practices that can help protect and improve our ecosystem locally and worldwide. Therefor, we are excited to announce that we have joined FEWSTERN as a member organization in order to support the continued research efforts in environmental sustainability.
Around the House with Dawn Steimer on News Talk 98.7 Owner of Green Heron Compost, Kat McDearis provides educational information
Green Heron Compost Supports First Responders Charity Here at Green Heron Compost, we want to reuse 5-gallon bins whenever possible
Here’s a new Knoxville company designed to help people compost – WBIR Article by local news station WBIR – View