Compost is gardening gold, and you can learn how to make it in your own backyard. StopWaste Educators Lori Caldwell and Trevor Probert will share all the basics, including pile building, troubleshooting, harvesting and best uses of finished compost at this free, hands-on workshop.
The nursery opens to the public only once a year. Don't miss this chance to stock up on local natives at great prices, and to support the Friends of Sausal Creek. There will be live music, crafts for kids, basket weaving, and native plant experts available all day.
Come and learn how easy it is to transform your yard waste and food scraps into “gardeners’ gold”. The benefits of compost are many: recycling resources, saves money and water. This workshop will teach you to make, harvest and use this valuable soil amendment in your garden.
Come learn how to make compost with worms! Building organic matter in our soils is the best way to sustainably grow our own food – and amending our soils with compost is one of the best ways to do that! Do you have a lot of food scraps? Live in an apartment? Worm composting is for you!
Confused about what type of compost and mulch to apply to your project?