Classes and Workshops
Why waste a good thing? Turn a liability into an asset by recycling organic waste to make a rich soil amendment. Learn the basics of enriching the earth and keeping good stuff out of the landfill at a composting or vermicomposting workshop!
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Visit our “how to compost” page for some instructional resources. Or come back later and register for more of our spring workshops in early April.
Intro to Backyard Composting. FREE. No registration required.
Want to begin composting your yard and kitchen waste? This short workshop will get you started building soil in your own backyard.
Date: Saturday, March 15, Time: 2:00 – 2:50 p.m.
Location: Clark College, Gaiser Hall, at the Green Neighbors Do It Yourself Fair.
Intro to Vermicomposting – Registration and fee for day-long expo required
Don’t let those food scraps go to waste! Learn how you can use red worms to reduce your waste while creating a nutrient rich organic fertilizer to give your garden a healthy boost. Get tips on creating a vermicompost bin and caring for these special worms.
Date: Saturday, April 5
Location: This class will be held as part of the Small Acreage Expo 2014, at the 78th Street Heritage Farm, Vancouver, WA. This day-long expo for those who live on acreage in Clark County offers a choice of 13 fun and valuable classes throughout the day. Here is a class schedule and link to register.
MASTER COMPOSTER/RECYCLER TRAINING
Want to learn more about all things sustainable and join our community of Master Composter/Recyclers who are helping to make a better world?
The Master Composter/Recycler class of 2014 is full and in session but you can apply now for the 2015 Master Composter/Recycler training.
Master Composter/Recycler workshops are sponsored by Clark County Environmental Services.