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Give Your Garden A Boost, “Composting 101″ At The Library

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Interested in setting up composting in your back yard? If so, the Natrona County Public Library offers Composting 101 next Monday evening. Library Spokesperson Brenda Thompson says  Horticulturalist, Donna Cuin, from the Natrona County Agricultural Extension and Learning Center will present the seminar.

“She’ll be walking people through the basics of composting; why you would want to do it, what you would turn into compost, when to turn your compost pile, where to put it in your yard. All those basics that you need to know to get started.”

Learn how to give your garden a boost with home compost next Monday May 14th at 6pm, free of charge at Natrona County Public Library.

 

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