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Master Composter Class

Keep Lewisville Beautiful
Post Date:February 14, 2020
Keep Lewisville Beautiful is hosting a Master Composter Class in partnership with Keep Flower Mound Beautiful and the Garden Secrets Series, Thursday, Feb. 27-Saturday, Feb 29, at Midwestern State University Flower Mound campus, 100 Parker Square.

Erin Hoffer, Sr., Environmental Education Coordinator, City of Plano, and Margaret Blackmon, Owner of Compost Haste will run the classes.

Attendees will receive 16 hours of classroom and hands-on training through this course. Attendees will

learn composting basics, how to use nutrient-rich soil, how to teach others about composition, and improve their understanding of high-quality soil structure. Attendees who complete all requirements will earn the title of State of Texas Certified Master Composter.

Class space is limited to the first 25 people who register. Attendees who register and prepay before Monday, Feb. 17, the cost for the class is $40 for Lewisville and Flower Mound residents. Spouses may attend for an additional $20 but the couple must share classroom supplies. Attendees who register after Feb. 17 will pay $55. The cost for non-Lewisville and non-Flower Mound residents is $55.

To register, people can drop off a check at Keep Lewisville Beautiful, inside the Visitor Information Center, 247 W. Main Street during normal business hours.

To earn the title “State of Texas Master Composter” certification, attendees will need to complete four hours of independent study and then volunteer 20 hours teaching others the principals of backyard composting.
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