Buried Treasure: Home Composting & Soil Enrichment

unnamedHealthy soil is essential for plants to grow well — learn about ways to enrich one of the most valuable resources any gardener can have at this workshop on Home Composting & Soil Enrichment, part of the Four-Season Gardening Series at Wells Reserve at Laudholm, on Thursday, June 5th:

Buried Treasure: Home Composting & Soil Enrichment
Wells Reserve at Laudholm, 342 Laudholm Farm Rd, Wells, ME
Thursday, June 5, 2014
$7 non-members, $5 members

We’ll cover best practices for home composting, including proper materials, pile management for optimum efficiency, and bin options. Mulching, lasagna gardening, hugelkultur, cover cropping, and soil testing will also be discussed and demonstrated. Glenn MacWilliams, Master Gardener Volunteer, and Frank Wertheim, Extension Professor, will lead the program. Meet at All Seasons Garden. Dress for the outdoors and prepare for hands-on learning. This program is part of the Four-Season Gardening series brought to the Wells Reserve at Laudholm by UMaine Extension Master Gardeners of York County.

Registration required. Please call 207-324-2814 or email Rebecca Gowdy. For more information or to request a disability accommodation, call Frank Wertheim at 207-324-2814 or 800-287-1535 (in state).

For more information: www.wellsreserve.org

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