Sat, Sep 30|
Milne Public Library
Let's Talk Dirt.... Community Composting
For our final Climate Preparedness Week event, join us for a talk about composting, how to get started - whether you own a home or not - and why it matters! With John Pitroff, Founder & Owner of Second Chance Composting.
Time & Location
Sep 30, 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM
Milne Public Library, 1095 Main St, Williamstown, MA 01267, USA
About the Event
The talk will include:
1. What can and cannot be composted and why
2. Common concerns & solutions relating to composting
3. How the composting process works
4. Composting at the home & commercial level
5. Why composting is important locally and on a larger scale
6. Composting as a community effort
7. How Second Chance Composting is working toward making composting accessible to all
8. Question and answer
Second Chance Composting is a family & locally owned business serving the Berkshires & Southern VT offering drop off, pickup, hauling, and processing of food scraps and organic matter including leaves, woodchips, sawdust, manure, pumpkins, and Christmas trees.
Our processing is done in Cheshire, just off of route 8, and we offer drop off of leaves, woodchips, sawdust, manure, and other organics both from the residential and commercial level. We partner with local firewood & tree companies, landscapers, and farms.
We are involved in and offer community events, outreach, education, & awareness including our Annual Pumpkin Smash Event and are at the Williamstown Farmers Market and the North Adams Farmers Market on an alternating basis each week throughout the season, where anyone can drop off of food scraps as a free service to the community.
Contact John at 413 207 2745, email@example.com, or learn more at www.secondchancecomposting.