Free Workshops on Composting and Sustainable Living Offered

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Clark County’s Composter Recycler program is offering a series of free online workshops for those interested in a sustainable lifestyle. The six-part series will teach participants how to reduce their impact on the planet through composting, waste reduction, and green living.

Here are the webinars offered this fall:

– Backyard Composting: 7-8 pm Wednesday, October 12. Learn how to construct a compost pile and heat it up.
– Red Worm Composting: 7-8 pm Wednesday, October 19. Learn how to construct and maintain a worm bin that will turn kitchen trimmings into nutrient-rich fertilizer. Participants will be eligible to receive a worm bin (supplies limited).
– Lasagna Garden Composting: 7-8 pm Wednesday, October 26. Learn how to grow, build, and plant a raised-bed garden from free, easily obtainable urban waste. No tilling or turning required.
– Food Too Good to Waste: 7-8 pm Wednesday, November 2. Learn why it is important to keep food waste out of the landfill and hear about alternative options like curbside food waste collection, food waste share apps, community food waste collection sites, and advanced food waste composting.
– Green Cleaning: 7-8 pm Wednesday, November 9. Learn how to make three versatile and environmentally friendly household cleaners. Participants will be eligible to receive a green cleaning kit (supplies limited).
– Low Waste Living: 7-8 pm Wednesday, November 16. Learn how to live a low-waste lifestyle, including tips and resources to refuse, repair, refurbish, reuse and donate.

Pre-registration is required for all webinars. To register, visit the Composter Recycler website. Participants will receive a confirmation email after successful registration. Recordings of previous webinars are also available on the Composter Recycler website.

The Composter Recycler program educates the community about easy ways to reduce waste, increase recycling and create healthier homes. For more information about the program, visit the website, call 564.397.7333 or email [email protected].

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