Informed recycling and composting are small yet important steps to bring wisdom, health, and sustainability to our communities. In this workshop we will investigate the entire cycle of sustainability: how it works, what can (and what cannot) be recycled in Onondaga County, how to reduce waste, tips for composting, and how to soften our environmental footprints.
More details: Be sure to dress for the weather. Program will be held outdoors under the Pavilion (weather permitting) with seating opportunities. Simple compost starter supplies will be provided. This program is offered on Friday, April 8th and again on Saturday, April 30th. To sign up for the Saturday, April 30th program, click here! Pre-registration is required and due to limited capacities associated with the pandemic, walk-ins cannot be accommodated. At Baltimore Woods Nature Center, the health and safety of our staff and visitors is of utmost importance. All in-person programming will follow best practices for keeping our participants safe, including physical distancing and wearing facial coverings.
This program is for adults.
Cost: $6 members; $9 public