If you're interested in composting at home but not exactly sure how to get started, or if you have a compost pile or bin that isn't "working" the way it should, join us for this late winter hands-on workshop that will give you the knowledge and skills you need to successfully turn your kitchen scraps into dark, crumbly humus-rich compost! Early spring is a great time to start a compost pile and all participants will receive a copy of Storey's 'Easy Composters You Can Build at Home' booklet. The workshop fee is $25 per individual or $30 per family. Dirt curious children are welcome! A minimum of 6 participants or families must register by March 7th or the class will be rescheduled. The maximum class size is 20. Don't forget the worms! Anyone interested in worm composting can stick around after the Backyard Composting workshop for a brief introduction to vermicomposting. Interested folks can purchase a simple worm kit that includes a worm bin, worms, worm bedding, newspaper, spray bottle, and worm food- everything you need to get started! The worm kit costs $40. Worm kits must be requested and paid for by March 7th to ensure availability. Ten percent of registration fees will be donated to the Lake Claire Community Land Trust. For every worm kit purchased, $5 will be donated to the Lake Claire Community Land Trust. Register at Eventbrite: If you wish to pay by cash or check please call Corinne at 678-786-6568.