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Registration for The Compost Class is now open for the Fall 2015 Sessions from September 17th – Octover 14, 2015. You must have completed the Life in the Soil Class before registering. You are also welcome to sign up for The Compost Class as a self-paced class at any time and start immediately.
How can you tell when something labeled compost is not actually compost? The difference between good compost which will benefit plants and reduced waste which often harms plants, will be discussed and demonstrated. These classes will show you how to make incredible, biologically rich compost. One of the biggest mistakes people make when building a compost pile is not understanding what controls temperature in compost piles. Learn how to manage making compost so turning (thermal piles) is minimized, worm-compost bins don’t grow flies and annoying pests, and you can always end up with the exact biology your desired plants need to thrive.
What Starting Materials Are Needed and Why?
The Difference Between Good Compost and Reduced Waste
How To Make Biologically Rich Compost
Which Biology for What Plants?
These intensive classes are for farmers, landscapers, ranchers, creators and distributors of agricultural products, waste management professionals, soil and garden enthusiasts of all types, and anyone who touches the earth. Simply put, this information needs to be central to any effort to do sustainable agriculture.