Attendees will learn new tips and techniques for composting that can reduce pile size, create a valuable soil amendment, reduce pests and keep local waterways clean. Participants will receive excellent resources and hear from Lisa Schuchman, resource conservationist of Natural Resources Conservation Service, Clark Conservation District’s livestock specialist Samantha Frundle and the alpaca rancher Pam Conrad.
This workshop is put on by the WSU Clark County Extension – Small Acreage Program which is made possible by sponsorship from Clark County Public Works Clean Water Program. WSU Extension programs are available to all without discrimination. Persons requiring special accommodations should call WSU Clark County Extension at 564-397-5733 prior to the event.