Composting your yard clippings, junk mail, kitchen waste and mixed paper is easy. Learn what you will need to have a successful compost pile at a workshop for beginners on Saturday, Feb. 11, from 9:30 to 11 a.m. at the MOA Center in Kahului.
Composting not only saves landfill space, but also serves as a great growth stimulant for your garden, said composting instructor Wilma Nakamura. "Replenish the Earth by making compost from what you already have available," she added.
Namakmura said that worms can also eat your food waste and junk mail and create the best soil amendment you can find.
"Worms will be in attendance at this workshop and the virtues of vermicomposting will be addressed," she said.
The class fee is $10. Register by calling Nakamura at 573-3911.
The MOA Center is located at 164 Kamehameha Ave.