Woodchip Composting: 9:00 am to 11:00 am at Gutiérrez-Hubbell House
Instructor: Michael Reed
The most resilient and abundant naturally occurring soils on earth have always been those produced by forests. But we don’t need to cut down a forest, or even a grove of trees, to harness the same benefits. Come learn how wood chips—which are often available for free—can be used as mulch or made into compost to create beautiful gardens, to sequester carbon, and to grow mushrooms, even in our high desert home.
Registration: See Gutiérrez-Hubbell House Backyard Composting Series for a current description of the free workshop and registration details.
For more information, visit NMSU: Bernalillo County Master Composters: Classes/Activities for the Public