Composting in a Community Garden Class

March 26, 2013 — Leave a comment

This is free and you can make it at home!

Project Grow of Ann Arbor, MI is hosting an excellent series of composting classes. This coming April 6th, 2013 between 10:00am and 12:00pm, the first class will take place.

From the websites description: This workshop is the first of two on composting and will cover different methods of hot and cold composting that are applicable in a community garden plot, backyard garden, and even in your kitchen! Master Composters Joet Reoma and Jesse Raudenbush will lead the class as well as a tour of Project Grow’s Composting Education Center at Leslie Science Center. Come dressed for the weather. No fee, but pre-registration is required.

Both Jesse and Joet are knowledgeable and excellent teachers. The class is FREE. You can learn alot, come check it out. The second in the series will be about Worm Composting. More on that later!

Location: Leslie Compost Education Center – MAP

Signup: Registration Page – HERE

Hope to see you there.



A husband, father, social worker, and disciple of Jesus Christ, James has been Square Foot Gardening since 2011. Being an avid row-gardener and desiring to become more self-sufficient for his family's needs, the Square Foot Method has become his default way of raising produce. A certified instructor with the Square Foot Gardening Foundation, James educates through introductory and hands-on workshops for the communities of Southeastern Michigan.

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