Materials saved from the landfill:
barrels, wood, hardware
Skills you’ll learn:
compost tips, construction, sawing, drilling
Learn how to compost your food scraps and build your own bin with Perennial. A local gardening expert from Seed St. Louis will give a talk on composting at home and the dos and don’ts of composting. After the talk, Perennial will lead the class in building their own compost tumblers from a barrel and salvaged wood. Participants will learn to use the chop saw, jig saw, and drill to build their compost bin.
This is an in-person class that will take place outside (weather-depending) in Perennial’s education garden.
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