Compost Happens! Without our help, organic matter eventually decomposes. This is what occurs on the forrest floor. We can help speed up the process a little by providing the ideal conditions for decomposing micro-organisms to flourish.
Composting is fun and easy! It’s a simple, satisfying and rewarding process. Please join me for Composting 101 sponsored by the Media Environmental Advisory Council on Wednesday, September 19, 2012 at 7:30 pm in the Media Community Center, 4th & Jackson Street, Media. This event is FREE and Open to the Public.
Learn how you can make & use compost to improve your garden soil.
Gardeners know that using compost is the best way to feed the soil. In this class you’ll discover:
♦ the benefits of compost
♦ simple techniques to create it
♦ how to use this multi-purpose magical material
Recycle natural ingredients that you find in your kitchen and yard to grow healthier plants and create a garden that’s safe for you, your family and the environment.
Wednesday, September 19, 2012 7:30 – 9:00 pm
Media Community Center at 4th & Jackson Street
FREE and Open to the Public
The class will be presented by Marcia Tate, a graduate of the Longwood Gardens Certificates in Ornamental Horticulture programs and courses in Garden Design and Native Wildflowers. She is a member of the international Garden Writers Association serving on their Sustainability Task Force, a published garden writer and photographer, a garden designer and private garden coach.