No, you say? Well, it’s is truly the stuff dreams are made of. It’s dark, crumbly, and has an earthly smell. From it, rosy tomatoes reach towards the sky, spiny cucumbers crawl over trellises, and nature’s bounty drops at your feet.
COMPOST is black gold for gardeners of all levels.
Now’s the time to make your own if you aren’t already!
Learn how this Saturday, July 24, from 10am – 12pm at 195 Boylston Street in JP.
The workshop is free and open to everyone. It’s taking place on a vacant lot in Egleston Square that is being reclaimed for community green space. Come find out how to make a compost bin and how to compost!
The Urban Homesteaders’ League is calendar for workshops and skill-shares on ecological urban agriculture, urban livestock, food preparation and preservation, making your own skincare products and cleaning supplies, urban composting, basic carpentry, green retrofitting, fiber arts, and sustainable urban living skills of all kinds. We hope to see you at an upcoming event!
Are you hosting an event that would be of interest to our members? Please post it to our calendar!
The UHL is dedicated to inspiring and empowering individuals and communities to shift from a lifestyle of passive consumption to one of active participation, creation, and connection. We are committed to re-imagining the good life as one that is meaningful, pleasurable, environmentally sustainable, and socially just. We place the home at the center of that pursuit and see it as a site for personal and societal transformation.