Hands on workshop 10:30-12:30 p.m. at 213 Hurley Street in Cambridge, Green Cambridge’s communal garden. It is an active project of Green Cambridge (http://www.greencambridge.org/), with the generous support and permission of the property owners.
Elizabeth Whitehouse is a woman on a mission: to save the earth one compost heap at a time. You can be part of that mission by setting up your own backyard heap or bin. Learn how easy it is to turn yard debris and kitchen scraps into nature’s primary soil builder. Learn what to compost, how to compost and, most importantly, why to compost.
"Making compost is as easy as piling up weeds, kitchen scraps, yard trimmings, leaves and so on and leaving them to rot quietly, or as complicated as manipulating the ingredients in your pile to make customized composts to suit individual plants." (Compost International (http://www.compostinternational.org/Home_Page.php))
This workshop will be a hands on learning experience, not to be missed!
Biodiversity for a LIvable Climate is a small non-profit so a $10 donation is requested, but no one will be turned away based on ability to pay.
The address is 213 Hurley Street, Cambridge MA. If you have questions please post to this Meetup.