Tips for turning kitchen compost scraps into pretty spring greens. Even thought my daughter is just six years old, it’s clear that I’m raising a little environmentalist. Clara carries a bag and picks up garbage on our forest walks, aghast at people who litter. Of her own free will, she turns off the water in the shower when soaping and is keenly aware of water conservation. She wants to know about everything from global warming to water pollution and is fiercely protective of nature. This simple kitchen project started as a way to demonstrate to Clara how not all vegetable scraps need to end up the compost bin – many can sprout again if given the chance. You all know how I love a good lesson from the kitchen, especially if it promotes food sustainability. Once you start looking, there are a thousand little ways we can make environmentally friendly