January 21, 2013

Trip to Portland makes lasting impression


There are many ways to compost at home that don’t cost a lot of money or take a lot of time. However, it does take a willingness to make it happen for your household. We would be happy to help you find a method of composting that works for you. We also have problem-solving guides and lists of what you can compost and what to avoid putting in your pile. Why not make it your New Year’s resolution to give composting a try? It’s good for the environment, good for your garden and sets a good example for the children in your life.

Jolene Wallace is the horticulture program assistant for Cornell Cooperative Extension in Clinton County. Contact her at 561-7450 or




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