Rogers Center Presents Family Program On Composting

By: Michael Collins

SHERBURNE – Learn how to incorporate food scraps and garden waste into nutrient-rich compost to help your garden flourish with The Friends of Rogers at 10:30 a.m. on April 18 at Rogers Environmental Education Center in Sherburne.

“We will explore how to start and maintain your own compost bin as well as the important role our wiggly worm friends play in helping renew the soil,” said Sarah Freedman, Friends of Rogers Environmental Educator. “All gardens benefit and grow healthier thanks to decomposers and the beautiful, brown, earthy-smelling soil they produce.”

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