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Recycling nutrients through the act of composting

Join herban farm founder /BBG longtime master composter Yonnette Fleming as she explores simple ways to understand and engage in composting as an act of stewardship which allows the cycle of life to continue. 

In agriculture and gardens, nutrient recycling builds soil fertility.  Commercial fertilizers have no organic matter in them, so soil quality continues to decline, species diversity declines, leading to increased pesticide use, and a general decline in food quality. Composting ensures the production of nutrient dense foods and is nature's process of recycling decomposed organic materials into a rich soil.

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  • Misha

    So sorry to cancel at this last minute, but I'm not feeling well.

    September 15, 2013

  • Hannah

    So sorry to have to cancel so close to the start of the event. I am having some transportation issues but would have loved to be there!

    September 15, 2013

  • Paula C.

    I'm so sorry I had to change my reservation, but I've had something come up that I must tend to tomorrow. I hope to see this offering again so I can attend in the future. Enjoy to all those who are able to attend.

    September 14, 2013

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