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Join us to learn more about Hudson River Park’s Community Compost Program during this special lecture.

Composting is a simple yet effective way to support sustainability in their neighborhood. The Park’s Community Compost Program is an initiative designed to help divert NYC’s organic waste from landfill and reduce carbon emissions that harm the environment. Since the Park’s earliest composting efforts in 2015, the Program has grown into a Park-wide operation turning over several hundred thousand pounds of food scraps and yard waste into compost a year.

During this lecture, learn more about the process of compost and how Park staff turn the food scraps and horticultural debris into nutrient-rich compost that is used in green spaces throughout the Park.

Space is limited—sign up today!

A compost drop-off container in front of a sign that provides instructions for composting

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Saturday, Mar 23
11:00 AM
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