Composting for Beginners Workshop

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Composting for Beginners Workshop

Join us for a FREE Composting for Beginners Workshop! Please note, this workshop is for WVWD customers only.

By Walnut Valley Water District

When and where

Date and time

Wednesday, April 19 · 6 - 8pm PDT


Walnut Valley Water District Workshop Gallery 235 South Brea Canyon Road Walnut, CA 91789

About this event

  • 2 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

In partnership with The Real Hens of OC, join us for a FREE Composting for Beginners Workshop!

Topics covered in this workshop will include, but may not be limited to:

  • Benefits & basics of composting
  • Hot vs. cold composting
  • How to vermicompost
  • Greens vs. browns
  • Misinformation in composting
  • Managing your compost
  • Identifying problems with your compost

At the end of the workshop, you will:

  • Know the benefits and basics of composting
  • Know the differences between hot and cold composting
  • Know how to vermicompost
  • Know what can and cannot be composted
  • Be able to problem-solve the most common composting problems

Please note this class is for WVWD customers only. A valid WVWD Customer Account Number is required. Customer information will be verified and if you do not live in our service area, you will be notified and placed on a waiting list to accommodate our customers first.

Registration is required. Walk-ins will NOT be accepted. Local COVID guidelines are enforced.

About the organizer

Walnut Valley Water District (WVWD) is your trusted resource on all things water. We are dedicated to meeting the water supply needs of the communities we serve. WVWD is here to provide the tools and resources our customers need to lead a water-efficient lifestyle.

WVWD's service area includes the City of Diamond Bar, portions of the cities of Walnut, Industry, Pomona, and West Covina, and the easterly section of the unincorporated area of Rowland Heights. WVWD serves a population of over 100,000 customers within a 29-square-mile area, which includes more than 27,000 water connections with an average daily demand of over 18.5 million gallons per day.