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Compost Workshop

  • Jul 24, 2010 · 10:00 AM


Ever heard of it?

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!

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    Good workshop, good information, a bunch of nice folks, and we got to do some good work on a community garden to be (including making a compost bin). Lots of fun.

    July 25, 2010

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