Why wait for a green bin program to start composting?
This webinar will share everything you need to know to start dramatically reducing your waste by composting your organic materials, whether you have a yard or not!
Join TREA member Caitlyn Lyons to discuss the types of composters that exist, how they work, how to use the finished product, and the benefits for the environment.
This free webinar is being offered as a part of the Signal Boost Initiative, which was made possible with support from the Ontario Trillium Foundation.
Click here for more information and to sign up: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/7132962246222296077
About Caitlyn Lyons:
Caitlyn Lyons is a past TREA Board director. As a recent MSc graduate in Biology at Western University her research focused on plant-soil interactions in boreal peatlands. Specifically this was the study of how varying plant and soil microbial communities affect ecosystem processes such as decomposition. in the fall, she is starting her PhD at Wilfrid Laurier University.
Thames Region Ecological Association (TREA) is a non-profit charity (1986) with a goal to educate members and community to protect the environment, stay informed and take personal action. Programs and services over time have developed several community actions and policies with a focus around waste reduction, active transportation and action against climate change. Our strength stems from dedicated volunteers who support TREA's engagement with the public on a larger scale.
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