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Keep bears safe and out of your compost pile

BLACK BEARS, WHICH have a keen sense of smell, may be attracted to backyard compost piles, especially if the pile is not maintained properly. photo / Peter Nuij/Unsplash

Making your own compost is an eco-friendly and rewarding way to manage your food waste. But what can you do if your compost bin is being raided by wildlife?

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