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All speaker requests are subject to availability. Please note that due to the volume of requests received, groups are limited to one horticulture program request per year. A minimum of 30 days notice are required for all speaker visits. Staff will contact you with a confirmation call or e-mail. A $45.00 donation to the Nebraska Extension Master Gardener program is requested for all presentations and there may be an additional fee involved for supplies with certain programs.Complete Request Form
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Extension Master Gardeners teach how to achieve a proper carbon:nitrogen ratio, or "green" materials vs. "brown" materials and show you several types of structures that can be built or purchased for composting. You'll learn how to construct a compost pile and discuss basic troubleshooting if your compost pile is not breaking down as it should.
At each program, two random participants will win either a composting thermometer or a composting bin.
Location: Pioneer's Park Nature Center. Demonstration site is across the street to the south. Look for the Nebraska Extension banner.
Time: 10 a.m.
2023 Dates: Watch for 2023 program dates coming early next year.
These programs are free, open to the public and require no preregistration. Please join us!