OWCC Symposium to Discuss Backyard Sustainability

OWCC Symposium to Discuss Backyard Sustainability

OWCC Symposium to Discuss Backyard Sustainability

Join One World Conservation Center and friends on Earth Day, Saturday, April 22, for a Garden-to-Table Symposium: Backyard Sustainability in Action, a day of discussions on maintaining your gardens with natural and Earth-friendly ways. Learn ‘How to Use Carbon to Produce Abundant Gardens with Less Work’ with Jesse McDougall from Studio Hill; find out about ‘Backyard Chickens’ with Alan Backer; get common-sense solutions for lasting natural beauty in ‘Native Plants in Your Garden’ with Paul Morgan from Morgan Mountain Organic Gardeners; and find out ‘How to manage food waste and produce compost’ with Eleanor Tison, associate professor of Anthropology and Sustainable Agriculture at Green Mountain College’s Cerridwen Farm. Registration is $25 for non-members, $20 for non-members, and begins at 8 a.m. with breakfast. Visit oneworldconservationcenter.org. OWCC is located on Route 7 in Bennington.

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