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Tuesday, March 26th, 2024

6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

*Virtual Program*

Home composting is a great way to manage food scraps like fruit and vegetable peels, coffee grounds, stale bread, and other scraps or spoiled foods so they don’t go to waste! This free workshop is designed for new/beginner composters looking to get started. The class will introduce the environmental and horticultural benefits of composting and the basic principles of how to do it correctly. Then, participants will learn about the various compost bin options and the pros and cons of each composting system.

This class will be offered virtually. Participants can attend this virtual program from home or join the Marlborough Conservation Advisory Committee for a virtual screening at the Marlboro Free Library, located at 1251 Route 9W, Marlboro, NY 12542. 

This program will be presented by Tanesia White, Recycling Educator of the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency, in collaboration with the Marlborough Conservation Advisory Committee.

TO SIGN UP: https://forms.gle/tjRLpGG1Ts8R4yde9

Accessibility: The parking lot in front of the building has accessible parking. From the parking lot to the sidewalk, there is a wheelchair accessible ramp. The front door opens automatically upon entry and the library is all one level.

We strive to offer equal program opportunities. Educational resources in Spanish are available by request. If you require any special accommodations or have questions about this program, please contact Tanesia White, Recycling Educator, at TWHI@UCRRA.ORG or 845-336-3336.

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