“Compost will cut down your watering requirements and encourage nature to work for you,” said Composting Instructor Wilma Nakamura. “Earthworms and many other beneficial creatures flourish in enriched soils. Their activities help release essential nutrients, which strengthen plants and increase their resistance to disease.”
The ingredients for compost are available to you in the form of kitchen scraps, junk mail, office paper and yard trimmings.
Help to increase the life of our landfill, cut down on greenhouse gas emissions and reduce global warming.
The cost is $10 per person. Call 573-3911 to register or just stop by.