Improper disposal of manure is unsightly, breeds flies, and can create health hazards for both people and livestock. Using composted manure on your garden and landscaping will help your plants thrive. Applied compost holds and retains water, too! Come join us at Fallbrook farm and learn the basics of traditional composting as well as the particulars associated with composting horse manure on-site.
Meet our guest speaker
Nancy Zadrozny of Ramona's International Equestrian Center has a background in horticulture and ecology, along with 15 years experience as vice president of an engineering construction firm. She served as manager of the San Diego Country Estates' Equestrian Centers for 5 years, and is currently the manager of their Landscape Department. She is also a member of Back Country Horsemen, San Vicente Saddle Club, and the Ramona Trails Association.
The workshop will cover the following
- Basic composting
- Manure composting
- Manure management
- Preventing odors and flies
- Benefits of composting
- Protecting local water sources
This composting workshop is funded by
Thanks to our site sponsor
Bushong & Butcher Family Farm
Fallbrook, CA 92028
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