Building a better composter in God


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Edwin Sittler’s epiphany came 21 years ago, in the aftermath of a meeting in his Mennonite farming community near Waterloo. More than 300 neighbours had gathered to hear two doctors from Toronto explain that a young girl from their community needed detoxification. She was failing, and could tolerate only four foods. The consensus was that she suffered from sensitivity to herbicides and pesticides. Looking back a generation later, Sittler shakes his head. “You can can wash that stuff off an apple,” he says, “but the chemicals are inside.”