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Keep track of your poo portfolio with this Ladies of Manure calendar

by | 8th, January 2013

DO you compost? Do you process your own excrement? Do you want to mark down your bowel movements on a calendar? Take a gander at the Ladies of Manure:

Fertile Earth Foundation is an environmental nonprofit based in Miami mostly known for our composting initiatives. We’ve been teaching people to rethink their waste for over 4 years. For those of you who don’t know what composting is, it’s basically turning organic waste into rich fertile soil. Organic waste is stuff like kitchen scraps, newspaper, yard trimmings, manure, even your very own poop! Anything that is not plastic, metal, or glass can be composted

During a Fertile Earth Workshop last year, one of our volunteers asked, “How did we get so far removed from our poop?” And it got us thinking… How many people think about their poop as often as we do? How often do you ponder your #2? It tells us a lot about our health and what we need to eat, if we are dehydrated and so on. Plus, did you know there are safe ways to turn even our waste into Humanure? Yes, that is composted human poop! Your poop could be turned into to super rich black gold! Ok, maybe we’re grossing you out. Let’s change the subject. How often do you think about sex? Or beautiful women? This project is a tasteful synergy of those 2 things: The Ladies of Manure 2013 Calendar.

Once you can crap gold bars / flakes / dust / rings (depending on diet), getting and goosing the ladies will be a breeze.

With this calendar we want to try and get you to rethink all your waste, even your daily #1’s & 2’s. We cover everything from composting kitchen scraps and making your own veggie broth to teaching you the difference between worm, fish and human poop*. 

And you can invest in human poo. Here’s the Kickstarter video for the Ladies of Manure 2013 Calendar.

* Hint: Fish never flush.

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