Agromin’s Cody Cain was recently part of an international panel of biogas market experts. The topic was “Biogas Market: Getting to Net-Zero Amid Energy Crisis.” The panel was a mix of technology providers, consultants, manufacturing and energy traders from key biogas-producing counties. Cody talked about biogas marketing in the US/California. It was an insightful overview of
Agromin was recently featured in a Pacific Coast Business Times article. The piece, written by editor Henry Dubroff, provides a good overview of how Agromin is using its organic waste recycling expertise to not only create healthy soil products but also combat climate change. The combination has never been more critical as California Senate Bill
Over 400 people visited Agromin on Ventura County Farm Day–the most ever. VC Farm Day began 9 years ago and we’re proud to say that Agromin has participated in each. We conducted 6 tours this year and answered lots of questions about green recycling and composting. Those who attended each received a bag of Dr.
Agromin is excited to once again participate in Ventura County Farm Day. The date is Saturday, November 6 from 10 am to 3 pm. We hope you stop by our Arnold Road processing site. You’ll tour our facility and see firsthand how Agromin makes compost from the green waste collected from homeowners and businesses around
Green waste that normally goes to the Tajiguas Landfill in Santa Barbara will be temporarily sent to Agromin’s composting facility in Oxnard. The Santa Barbara landfill was damaged in the recent Alisal Fire. According to reports, the fire caused damage to the landfill’s biofilter, green waste/mulch pipe and the landfill gas system. The temporary green
Futurology Life, a London-based company that follows innovations and breakthroughs in futuristic industries, has named Agromin as one of the 21 most innovative California-based biofuel companies and startups. It singled out Agromin for its manufacturing and supplying of eco-friendly soil, organic materials and biofuel products for farmers, landscapers and gardeners. Agromin, headquartered in Oxnard, has
Congratulations Compost Cup winners and runner ups! Home Compost: Maria Jones, John Allday, Jan Dietrick Community Compost: St. Andrew’s Garden, Avant Garden School Compost: One Spark Academy Home Vermicompost: Lindsey Surendranath, Lynne Okun Commercial Vermicompost: Organic Solution On-Farm Compost/Vermicompost: Apricot Lane Farms Top Biology Score: Bryant Garcia Open Category: Wyndrandt Farms
On Earth Day, April 22nd, make sure you stop by and pick up your seedlings! Giveaway is intended for students and educators. Seedling varieties include kale, lettuce, peppers and jalapeños. Happy Earth Week!
Students for Eco-Education and Agriculture wants to help you, your students, and their families start their own gardens this month through our Let’s Grow a Garden 2021 campaign. Students and their parents can receive a FREE bag of potting soil at our Agromin Oxnard location – 201 Kinetic Dr. Oxnard, CA. Hours for pick up
Calling all composters! Now is your opportunity to enter your compost into The Ventura County Compost Cup! Entries will be collected until Monday, April 19th at our corporate office, 201 Kinetic Dr. Oxnard, California. Final judging will be done by the end of the week. Go to vccompostcup.com for more info. Good Luck!