Morning Rotary Club

Kim Fly, left, is with organics recycling expert Charles Egigian-Nichols at a recent Morning Rotary Club meeting.

The Rotary Club of Carpinteria Morning welcomed Charles Egigian-Nichols to speak on compost, recycling and large-scale micro green farming. Egigian-Nichols has over 40-years of experience in industrial scale organics recycling to help growers profitably produce high quality food and feed, generate renewable energy, create compost and recycle water and nutrients. He has worked in the public and private sectors with a keen interest in successfully blending technology, engineering, development and marketing to support sound investment-worthy businesses.

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