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Troubleshooting, Harvesting, and Using Traditional Compost - County of San Diego

Composting is a dynamic process with needs that change over time. This virtual webinar will teach you how to care for your compost pile from start to finish and reap the rewards of a beautiful finished soil amendment. This is Part 4 of our 4-part Traditional Composting Series.

Is your compost drying out? Smelling not-quite-right? Are you unsure when it's ready to use in the garden? We can all use a little help sometimes! In this webinar, Solana Center's knowledgeable staff will discuss how to maintain a happy compost pile from scraps to soil, and how this "black gold" can contribute to the health of your landscape.

This webinar will be held using Zoom, so please note that you will need to have the Zoom application installed on your device (computer, smartphone, or tablet) to attend and participate. You will receive the link to join upon registering.

This webinar is funded by the County of San Diego and is intended for residents of unincorporated County. Anyone may attend, however, the webinar recording will be available for 7 days after the live presentation to unincorporated County residents only.

Help us get the word out to other unincorporated residents! You'll be entered to win a raffle prize for each resident you get to attend the webinar. If you get someone to register, email kelsea@solanacenter.org and we'll set up a raffle entry for you. 

In this webinar, we will cover the following topics

  • Basic maintenance of your compost pile
  • Common challenges and their solutions
  • Harvesting and curing compost
  • Uses for compost around your home

 

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Event Classification
Funding Source Contract-funded
Category Composting Workshop
Contract County Composting
Special Note
Stream to Volunteer Opportunities
April 27th, 2021 6:00 PM   through   7:00 PM
Virtual - Your Home Computer
CA
United States
Main Phone: (760)436-7986
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