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Free Upcoming Organics Management Webinars in September

Organic Amendments — How to Tell if Compost is Right for Your Needs?

Date: September 3, 2014

Time: 1:00-2:30 p.m. (EDT)

Topics:

  • Choosing Organic Amendments
  • Compost Quality
  • Compost Applications

Presenters:

  • Jean Bonhotal, Director, Cornell Waste Management Institute, Department of Crop and Soil Sciences
  • Athena Lee Bradley, Projects Manager, Northeast Recycling Council

Register here for the webinar.


Community Composting
Lessons from New York City & Beyond

Date: September 16, 2014

Time: 1:30-3:00 p.m. (EDT)

Description: Community composting presents a scalable food diversion option that is applicable in virtually any community, whether urban, suburban, or rural. Community compost programs can be established at community (neighborhood, urban, or tribal) gardens, farms, schools, or other locations. They can be operated by not-for-profit organizations, governments, private sector, schools, housing associations, cooperatives, or through other arrangements.

Presenters and Topics:

  • Community Composting—a Model for any Community
    Brenda Platt, Co-Director, Institute for Local Self-Reliance, Director, Composting Makes $en$e Project, & lead author of the new report Growing Local Fertility: Guide to Community Composting
  • Growing Organics Collections in NYC: The Evolution of the GrowNYC Food Scrap Collection Program & More
    David Hurd, Director, Office of Recycling Outreach & Education, GrowNYC
  • Community Composting in Action
    Christine Datz-Romero, Executive Director, Lower East Side Ecology Center

This webinar is sponsored by the Northeast Recycling Council, Solid Waste Association of North America (SWANA), and, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation

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2014-2015 New England Small Fruit Management Guide

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Copies of the 2014-2015 New England Vegetable Management Guide, along with the 2014 Northeast Vegetable & Strawberry Pest Identification Guide, are now available and sold as one unit for $25.00 plus $3.65 postage. To order the guides, please send your check made payable to “UMaine Cooperative Extension”  to Pam St. Peter, Highmoor Farm, P.O. Box 179, Monmouth, Maine 04259.

The guide has been extensively revised and updated. We recommend all earlier editions of the guide be discarded, in favor of this latest edition.

For more information, contact Pam St. Peter or call 207.933.2100.


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