BetteBack: Waiting For An Epiphany

Bette Midler: Grammy winner, Oscar nominee and now, compost queen.

“My whole life had been spent waiting for an epiphany, a manifestation of God’s presence, the kind of transcendent, magical experience that lets you see your place in the big picture. And that is what I had with my first compost heap,” Midler says in yesterday’s editions of the Los Angeles Times.

Midler now smiles down on her public from some 40 billboards around Los Angeles, urging residents to “Keep the Green Clean.”

“I love compost and believe in it with every fiber (so to speak) of my being,” Midler says.

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  1. Somehow, I’ve taken that statement and ran with it!
    Six garden/farm sites around Philly, 100 youth working these sites, stores, food donations,
    farm-to-restaruant-farm-compost and working on a urban agriculture plan that will work in communities that have forgotten what “green” looks like.
    Thanks Bette – I’ve been riding your coat-tails for years 😉

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