I'm looking to compost a ton of mulched cedar & douglas fir in a new woody compost pile but I need a little help. I'll be adding a bit of the mulch into my regular compost but don't want to overwhelm it with carbon or hard to breakdown wood chips, hence the 2nd pile. My other reason for making 2 piles is to end up with one of them having a higher carbon content (=woodier) than your average garden compost so that I can use it for the 'shady forest' section of my PNW native garden, where most of the plants prefer poorer woodier soil. Anyway, I was wondering what I should use in the woody compost to (a) balance out the high carbon load enough to facilitate detritivores & generate heat while still keeping the resulting compost more 'carbon-y' than usual, and (b) help speed things up so the larger chips & bark strips don't take decades to break down while the grass clippings, leaves & manure turn over in a flash. There's already going to be some leaves and soil/manure in the mix (it's unavoidable), so what else I should I add to best approximate forest fines? Thx!