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Looks like good advice. The one thing he doesn't mention is that you need a large pile to hold the heat. He talks about a finished product of 1 cubic meter. I think that means he started with 20 to 30 times that amount of raw compost. These piles are usually done in bunkers or windrows and they use tractors for turning!This is a good reference site: compost.css.cornell.edu that you might want to check into.
It sounds like you have too much grass. I would consider grass clippings a 'green'. If they're at all wet, they turn into a black stinky mess.For your browns, you want dry leaves, straw, sawdust, corn husks (but not the cobs), etc.). Add enough browns to make up 1/5 of the mass; give it a good tumble to break up the green slime and mix the materials and then give it a couple days. This will hopefully switch from anerobic composting (stinky) to aerobic composting (earthy) and get rid of your odours. Make sure you're not too wet.As for bears, make sure you're not adding any meat or dairy products (or materials that are coated in them).Good luck
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