Winter Composting 101

Code: HG32002

Dates: February 8, 2023

Meets: 7:00 PM to 8:30 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: ONLINE

Course Fee: $41.00

There are still openings remaining at this time.

Composting is “nature’s way of recycling” with lots of benefits for you, your garden and the environment. Forget bagging and throwing away yard leaves, grass trimmings and garden or food waste, discover how they can become excellent conditioners for your soil when they are composted. Learn the basics of getting a home compost system started, pest management, what to do with your finished compost and how to winterize your pile.
Fee: $41.00
You could save $9.00 on this course by becoming a member of one of our membership programs. Contact our office for details.


Staff, Mother Compost

Gwenn Nolan is the owner & operator of Mother Compost, a local food scraps/household waste collection service, which provides pick-ups for residents and businesses interested in composting on the Main Line. Gwenn began composting over four years ago at home and started Mother Compost after arriving at the conclusion that everyone should compost but not everyone has the time or space to do so. Familiar with composting both in the backyard and on commercial scale, Gwenn can discuss the differences between home & commercial processing. Gwenn grew up in the area and went to college at Penn State, where she studied Public Relations & Spanish. She currently lives in Wynnewood with her husband and 3 children. Information on Gwenn’s company can be found here


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