Step 1: Using the sifter
he first time I tried this I used a drywall bucket as my transporter. On second thought a second wheel barrow would have been better. Two or three loads in the sifter would fill the bucket. I scooped it up with my hands, then raked the residue into a pile. Doing this on the grass makes the raking a bit more rigorous. A concrete slab would have been easier. Or a tarp layed out on the lawn. This is an evolving science, and I doubt that there is a wrong way to do it. The object is to gt some exercise and make some compost.. Every bushel of kitchen waste that goes into the compost pile is one bushel that doesn't go to the landfill. And that helps everyone.