4-H Composting Workshop!

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Join us to learn how to enrich the soil in your garden!

This workshop focuses on one family’s eight-year journey – an “Experiment” – in recovering organic matter and rerouting it into their home garden. Used commercial coffee grounds and nearly all household waste paper have been composted, along with the more common compostable items — food scraps, lawn clippings, and leaves. Participants will perform a hands-on exercise in rerouting household waste into readily compostable organic matter.

This workshop is brought to you by 4-H and is open to everyone! BUT you must register, space is limited!

When: Friday, March 24, 3:30-5:00 p.m.
Where: N.C. Cooperative Extension, Henderson County Center

Thank you to Alyssa Hart for arranging this class! And thank you to Karen and John Zika for presenting!

*Click here to register for the Composting Workshop*

Any questions? Please contact Casey McNeel at casey_mcneel@ncsu.edu