RALEIGH — The Center for Environmental Farming Systems and the North Carolina Cooperative Extension Service are hosting a workshop on composting, Turning Garbage into Garden Gold, Dec. 5, 2-4:30 p.m. in the Wake County Center, 4001-E Carya Drive, Raleigh.
Attendees will learn how leaves, kitchen scraps, garden and yard trimmings can become garden gold through composting and vermicomposting.
Making compost takes little time, work, or space. Participants will learn how to make a hot compost pile, set up a worm bin, use finished compost and see its effects on soil and plants.
Fee is $10 per person. Register at cefs.ncsu.edu or call 919-250-1100 for more information.