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Gardening - Successful Composting


Adult / Arts & Home -
Winter 2024 - Jan-Apr

Plan now to be ready to compost yard waste! Composting is a microbial process that converts plant material such as grass clippings and leaves to a more usable organic soil amendment or mulch. Many homeowners are finding it convenient and economical to compost leaves and grass clippings in their own backyards. Learn how to build and maintain a compost pile including troubleshooting tips as well as how to use the completed compost in your yard or garden. This class will be taught as an interactive, online webinar through Zoom by a Master Gardener using University research-based information. Materials and Zoom link will be sent by email prior to the class.

Paul Richtman

Paul has a passion for gardening, has been growing fruits and vegetables since his youth and has been teaching Community Ed classes since 2004. He is a certified University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardener, specializing in growing fruits, vegetables, trees & shrubs. Mr. Richtman is also a mechanical engineer and an accomplished woodworker.

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  Paul Richtman


Virtual
Wednesday, Mar 20
6:30 - 7:30 PM

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Price: $ 19 00