by Contributed content on April 26, 2021
Join Todd Sutton’s “Waste Sleuth” and learn how to make your own compost heap on Wednesday, April 28, from 6pm to 8pm. Register online.
Keeping organic materials on site and making compost is one of the most important activities for our environment. Learn how easy it is to make compost in your garden from leftover household food, leaves, and garden waste.
- Composting your garden waste and food scraps is easy, adds nutrients to your garden and garden, is kind to our environment and is good for you too!
- Save money, save water and conserve natural resources.
- If done correctly, a compost heap can produce finished compost in three months that can be used as a soil strengthener.
- Composting leftover food and garden waste at home is a great way to reduce the creation of harmful greenhouse gases.
- San Mateo County residents attending the workshop will be able to take advantage of the inexpensive composting resources
“Waste Sleuth” Todd Sutton is an expert with nearly 30 years of environmental experience. He has appeared on national television, including the Discovery and History channels, and has taught thousands about waste prevention, reuse, recycling and composting.
This free event was supported in part by the Friends of the Menlo Park Library.