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Composting for Gardeners

Composting for Gardeners In-Person / Online

Join Garry Holmstrom from the URI Master Gardeners on Tuesday, January 31 at 1 pm for an informative presentation on composting for gardeners.

Why should I compost? It's really an easy answer - because it improves your soil, replicates Mother Nature, and improves your plant production, whether vegetables, flowers, or shrubs. We will discuss what composting is, how it works, and how you can easily start composting. No chemistry lesson here - honest!  Learn the basics, share your experience with fellow gardeners, ask your questions, and improve your composting expertise.

Free and open to all. Registration is required with in-person and Zoom (online) options available!

Before the presentation, seniors 60-years-of-age and older are invited to go down to the Peck Center for lunch at 11:45 am. Lunch can be enjoyed for a suggested donation of $3. Please call 401-247-1926 x201 to reserve your seat for lunch at least 24 hours before.

Complete List of Lectures in Barrington Public Library's Gardening Series:

This program is co-sponsored by The Friends of the Barrington Library and the Peck Center for Adult Enrichment.

Tuesday, January 31, 2023
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
Salem Family Auditorium

Registration is required. There are 67 in-person seats available. There are 29 online seats available.

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