Rockwall, Texas – The Rockwall County Library, in collaboration with the Rockwall County Master Gardeners, part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension, is set to host a unique learning opportunity for local residents. Titled “Composting 101,” the event will delve into the fundamentals and science of effective home composting.
Rockwall Master Gardeners to host Composting 101 event on October 17
Scheduled for Tuesday, October 17 from 6:00 to 7:30 pm, this workshop is poised to be a comprehensive guide for both seasoned gardeners and those new to the concept of composting. The venue for this informative session will be the Large Meeting Room of the Rockwall County Library, located at 1215 E. Yellowjacket Lane, Rockwall, TX 75087.
The Rockwall County Master Gardeners, known for their expertise in horticulture, will lead the session, shedding light on the best practices and techniques to turn household and garden waste into nutrient-rich compost. By understanding the science behind composting, attendees can more effectively recycle organic matter, enrich their gardens, and reduce their ecological footprint.
But the evening won’t just be about education. Attendees will also have a chance to win a door prize related to composting, adding an element of excitement to the event.
Residents of Rockwall and surrounding areas are encouraged to attend and equip themselves with the knowledge to embark on or refine their composting journey. With a focus on sustainability and eco-friendly practices, events like Composting 101 contribute to a greener, more environmentally-conscious Rockwall County.