Date: Apr. 22, 2021
Time: 5:30 pm - 6:30 pm
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Inspired by Earth Day, let’s turn your garbage into a garden by composting your fruits, veggies, paper towels, and more! Join us at Green Bay Botanical Garden to learn how to compost, why it’s important for your garden, and how it works. They’ll teach how to compost for every home and family size.
***Make sure to bring your gloves and wear your gardening clothes because this is a hands-on, outdoor event! Also, bring an empty coffee canister with its lid as we’ll be making an indoor, tabletop compost bin for you to take home!***
In-person attendance is limited to 20; first come first serve. Once in-person seats are filled, all other attendees will be able to attend virtually via WebEx - this event is open virtually to those living outside of Green Bay.
Registration is required. Bellin for Women members only. Not a BFW member? Sign up for free at BellinForWomen.com
To register for this free event, register at Bellin.org/calendar or call 920.445.7373 or 888.758.7373
Location: Green Bay Botanical Garden
|Address:||744 s webster
De Pere, 54115
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Contact Name: Megan Lehmann
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