Susanne Wiigh-Masak – Her Passion for Composting

2006, Environment

Biologist Susanne Wiigh-Masak discusses organic matter and her passion for the environment. Susanne is critical of the popular use of the word “organic”. Most of us don’t know or remember that the label “organic” describes anything that comes from soil. Any toxins used in its production do not affect its organic quality. In fact, we are organic, Susanne says. And, as she explains, it is our desire to avoid this fact that is the cause of many problems. We come from soil and will leave through soil, she says. Susanne laments the death taboo and advocates embracing the cycle of life and, when it comes, embracing death as well.



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