Compost happens at a Vermont political debate.
Anthony Pollina questioned the state's willingness to let Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant crumble while shutting down Vermont Compost Co. in Montpelier/
Gaye Symington jumped in, saying she would work regardless of political affiliation to facilitate composting.
Jim Douglas piled on, saying everybody has to adhere to environmental standards.
Underlying the thread is the fact that Symington worked until January at the Intervale Center, which was the first composter to fall in state trouble.