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Residents learn composting at Senior Center

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More than 30 local residents gathered at the Olequa Senior Center in Winlock Sept. 16 to take part in a free composting class offered by the Lewis County Solid Waste Utility, along with the WSU Master Gardeners Program. Under the instruction of Master Gardener Debbie Burris, participants were given hands-on experience in creating their own composting buns, as well as a colony of earthworms to help them continue efforts at home. It was stated during the event that one pound of worms can go through 50 pounds of household garbage in 90 days. Those interested in ongoing composting events, as well as other master gardener programs in the area, can contact Burris by calling (360) 740-1212.

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