Soils ain’t soils give back to community

The team from Soils Ain't Soils in Busselton, Intuit Earth managing director Louise Edmonds and Our Lady of the Cape food garden coordinator Sally Gray.

The team from Soils Ain't Soils in Busselton, Intuit Earth managing director Louise Edmonds and Our Lady of the Cape food garden coordinator Sally Gray.

Throughout spring, customers who purchase Intuit Earth Organic Compost form Soils Aint Soils in Busselton or Dunsborough will be helping to raise funds for the Busselton Volunteer Marine Rescue Group, Our Lady of the Cape’s school kitchen garden and Busselton Hospice Care.

Busselton Volunteer Marine Rescue member, Busselton Hospice committee member Jenny Monson and BVMR treasurer Brian Lucy.

Busselton Volunteer Marine Rescue member, Busselton Hospice committee member Jenny Monson and BVMR treasurer Brian Lucy.

For the sale from every cubic meter of compost, six dollars will be donated to one of the groups, with customers choosing the recipient of their respective donation.

Intuit Earth managing director Louise Edmonds said there was possibly a pool of $10,000 available to community groups.

“Our social and civic environment needs nurturing just as much as our natural environment, this program is a small contribution to the amazing community groups that give so much,” she said.

Other community groups from Busselton and Dunsborough are invited to register for the program. Please contact Louise Edmonds on 0415 916 718 or louise.edmonds@intuitearth.com.au.