End: July 19, 2018 8:00 pm
Venue: Fort Garry Library
1360 Pembina Highway
Are you new to composting? Maybe you’ve composted for a while but feel like you’re stabbing in the dark and want some reassurance. Or maybe you’ve heard about composting and just want to get some more information before you commit to it.
If so, come out this FREE public presentation to give you the down-low on how to compost at home: it’s easy, and worth it! Click here to fill out our registration form – it’ll help us make sure there’s the right number of chairs out when you arrive. Can’t make it to this presentation, but interested for the future? Go here to fill out an email notification form so we can let you know once the rest of our fall series is scheduled!
Did you know that adding organics to the landfill produces methane, a greenhouse gas 25x more powerful than carbon dioxide? By composting, you can produce rich garden fertilizer for free at home, and help save the planet to boot!
This English-language presentation is one hour long, and will have plenty of time for your questions. Contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions! Looking for a presentation in French? Drop us a line; we can offer that too!
Parking is limited at this location. We encourage you to bike (bike parking right out front) or take the bus (160, 162, 60, and more routes stop right next to the library!). Venue is fully accessible to people using wheelchairs & walkers. Presentation is geared towards adults but children are welcome to accompany parents.
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