Join Solana Center for this 2-hour presentation where you will learn the basics of composting and best practices for reducing landscaping waste. Using trial-tested advice, our expert educators will teach you all you need to know to get started with a method that fits your needs.
In this workshop, we will cover the following topics:
- Best practices for landscaping waste reduction
- What is composting and why it is so important
- What tools and materials you'll need
- Which items are compostable and which are not
- Various composting methods (compost bins and sheet composting)
- Proper use of mulch and compost
The Composting & Debris Management Workshop from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM will dig deeper into composting and landscaping waste diversion. For details and to register, click here.
Bonus: We will be raffling off $75 worth of gift cards from Grangetto's Farm & Garden Supply to workshop attendees. Don't miss out!
Preferential registration will be given to professional landscapers and tree trimmers serving unincorporated San Diego County. All other registrants will be added to a wait list. Wait list will be opened 1-2 weeks prior to the workshop to fill available spaces.
Update: The registration list is now open! Register today to join us for the workshop.
Workshop deposit: $20. Due to limited space, a deposit is required to hold your space. This deposit will be returned to all attendees upon signing in at the workshop. The deposit is nonrefundable to registrants who do not attend the workshop.
CEU Approved: This Composting & Debris Management Workshop is approved for Landscape Industry Certified recertification at 1 CEU per hour of instruction attended. For more information on the National Association of Landscape Professionals recertification, please visit the NALP Recertification Center at landscapeprofessionals.org.
This composting workshop is funded by:
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420 S Broadway
Escondido, CA 92025
|Professional Landscaper/Tree Trimmer serving unincorporated San Diego County||$ 20.00|
|Residential Gardener/Composter (waitlist)||$ 0.00|