#ShopLocal: Cultivating Success Naturally – Wyoming Compost Offers Living Soil Solutions

    Fremont County gardeners with a focus on healthy, sustainable practices have a new resource to explore. Wyoming Compost, a local business dedicated to fostering a thriving ecosystem for your plants, offers a unique and effective solution – compost made right here in Riverton.

    Owned by Ty Fife, Wyoming Compost boasts over a decade of experience perfecting a formula that goes beyond standard potting mixes. Ty’s passion lies in providing local gardeners with a way to cultivate flourishing gardens while minimizing environmental impact.

    Living Soil: A Natural Partnership with Your Plants


    Unlike traditional composts and fertilizers, Wyoming Compost’s creation is a living ecosystem brimming with beneficial microbes and organic matter. “It’s more than just nutrients,” explains Ty. “It’s about working with the natural biology of the soil and plants and what is neded to breakdown the nutrients so plants can optimize absorption.”

    This compost offers several advantages for your garden:

    • Made in Wyoming: All ingredients are sourced locally and certified organic, reducing your environmental footprint.
    • Carbon Champions: By diverting organic waste from landfills, Wyoming Compost helps combat harmful methane emissions.
    • Sustainable Practices: This product keeps valuable organic materials out of landfills and transforms them into a powerful resource for your garden.
    • Slow-Release Powerhouse: The organic components break down gradually, providing sustained nourishment throughout the growing season.
    • Microbial Magic: The living soil fosters a community of beneficial microbes that work with your plants, promoting healthy root growth and optimal nutrient uptake.

    A Pioneering Approach in Fremont County:

    Ty’s compost represents a groundbreaking offering in Fremont County. “It’s definitely been a passion project that I’m finally able to get off the ground and offer this amazing soil to the community,” Ty said. Years of meticulous crafting and a dedication to sustainable practices have culminated in this unique product, now available to the local gardening community.


    Experience the Power of Living Soil:

    Visit Wyoming Compost at 201 South Federal in Riverton (located at Napa Auto Parts). Their hours are Monday-Friday from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Saturdays from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. You can also reach them online here, by phone at 307-851-4954 or follow them on social media at @wyomingcompost.

    As Fremont County celebrates the vibrant tapestry of local businesses that make our community special, County 10 is proud to launch ShopLocal! This innovative platform offers local businesses a powerful way to connect with residents and showcase their unique offerings.


    Looking to amplify your local reach and connect with Fremont County residents who value shopping local? ShopLocal could be the perfect fit. Businesses interested in learning more and subscribing to County 10’s Shop Local can contact our advertising team at [email protected].

    Together, through ShopLocal, we can support local businesses and keep Fremont County’s unique character flourishing!


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