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Boston Composts! Soil and Compost Quality, Public Health and Soil Ecology


Boston Composts!

The Final of a Series of Community Forums on the Need for Quality Compost in Boston

Soil and Compost Quality, Public Health and Soil Ecology
Tuesday, March 12th, 6:00p.m. - 8:00p.m.Boston Natural Areas Network, 62 Summer St., Boston, MA 02110 (Entrance on Otis Street)
Boston Natural Areas Network and the Boston Gardeners Council are calling all gardeners to focus on the need for access to high quality compost for all gardeners in and around Boston. In this forum you will hear from key experts including specialists in soil and compost quality, public health, and ways to improve your soil through understanding soil ecology.

March 12th Speakers include: Wendy Heiger-Bernays, BU Associate Professor of Environmental Health and Casey Townsend, BNAN Urban Grower

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