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Make the most of yard waste by becoming a Master Composter

Posted Aug. 17, 2017

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The Master Composter class will be taught at the Tarrant Area Food Bank Learning Garden, located next to Ridglea Christian Church.

Learn to recycle food scraps and yard trimmings at your home, build healthy soils and reduce water use.

The Code Compliance Department is hosting a Master Composter course Sept. 21-23 at the Tarrant Area Food Bank’s Learning Garden, 6720 W. Elizabeth Lane.

Cost is $40 for Fort Worth residents, $55 for nonresidents. Scholarships are available to certified elementary, intermediate and high school teachers who are teaching Fort Worth students at an educational institution.

Deadline to register is Sept. 15. Space is limited.

Learn more by email or call 817-392-5543.

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