We will talk about how we take care of our soil, the history of human poop as fertilizer & how Loop compost can benefit your soil & plants.
You’re invited to join King Conservation District and Loop® for a FREE virtual, educational workshop to find out!
We will create a virtual space for you and other community members to share about how you care for your soil (or don’t!). Presenters will share the history of human poop as a fertilizer and how King County’s Loop compost (made with YOUR poop) provides benefits to soil and plants.
The workshop will be offered twice on Zoom, so join us at your convenience:
Tuesday, April 6th: 6:00pm to 8:00pm
Saturday, April 10th: 10:00am to 12noon
This workshop will be hosted by:
- Cly Samson, Community Agriculture Program Coordinator, King Conservation District
- Ashley Mihle, Compost Project Manager, King County Wastewater Treatment Division (WTD)
- Cat Gowan, Biosolids Project Manager, King County WTD
- Siena Ezekiel, Education & Outreach Specialist, King County WTD
Contact siena.ezekiel (at) kingcounty.gov by March 28 if you or your community garden needs language interpretation for the workshop.
Questions? Contact Cly.Samson@kingcd.org or 425-529-4795.