"History, Composting and Haskins Future"
Master composter Mary Hogue will be available and demonstrating this Saturday at the Caryl and Edna Haskins Preserve. Join us to learn how to compost. Leaves will be the product being demonstrated, but Mary will also speak about and answer all of your composting questions. Reference materials will be provided.
Almost 25% of a typical household’s waste can be recycled right in our own backyards. This significantly reduces the amount of waste being incinerated or landfilled.
In addition, Executive Director David Brant and Ted Huber will be present to speak about the history of Caryl and Edna Haskins, the land they donated, the preserve it has been and the plans for its future as a model "Eco Landscape". This will be an interesting and exciting presentation!! Come and learn about Aspetuck Land Trust’s plans to create a variety of demonstration gardens showcasing what sustainable land care can be.
Join us to see what we have now and hear what we will have tomorrow!