• Composting Workshops Offered Free

    MONTEREY REGIONAL

    WASTE MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

    Home of the Last Chance Mercantile
    MRWMD Offers Free Fall Composting Workshops

    COMPOST MADE EASY

    Learn to turn waste into a resource and build healthy soil for your garden

    Event: The Monterey Regional Waste Management District is offering a free Basic Composting workshop, Saturday, October 25 and and Vermicomposting (composting with worms) workshop, November 15, both 10 a.m.-11:30 a.m. Learn how to turn your food scraps and yard trimmings into homemade compost; a free beneficial soil amendment. The workshops will provide information on creating and maintaining a successful composting system and on harvesting and using the finished compost.

     Composting yard and kitchen waste reduces the amount of waste going into landfills by as much as 33% and at the same time a free, nutrient rich soil amendment is produced for plants, gardens, and landscapes.

    Compost bins and supplies can be purchased at the MRWMD’s reuse store- The Last Chance Mercantile. Those completing a workshop will receive a $10 off coupon for a compost bin.

    Registration: Free. Due to limited space, advance registration is recommended.
    To Register or for more information about future workshops visit www.mrwmd.org or call 831-384-5313.

    Location: Hosted at the Monterey Regional Waste Management District’s Facilities located at 14201 Del Monte Blvd., 2 miles north of Marina. (Exit 412)

    posted to Cedar Street Times on October 8, 2014

    Topics: Front PG News

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