In December, Isabel Ruffin ’16 was named a winner in the 2015 Global Compost Film Contest. Isabel’s submission, “The Importance of Composting,” was one of 951 entries from 91 countries. Films were entered in the following categories: K-8, high school, general public and organizations. The films were reviewed by a panel of judges, and the highest scoring films in each category received a prize package.
The Global Compost Project is a collaborative of international scientists, experts, and enthusiasts for healthy soils, compostable waste stream diversion, carbon farming, optimal grazing, carbon credits, and more.
Isabel plans to donate her winnings to environmental projects at Madeira.Academics Leadership Student Life