Use Stanton Heights Compost to plant a “Victory Garden”

Use Stanton Heights Compost to plant a “Victory Garden”

Use Stanton Heights Compost to plant a “Victory Garden” to help feed your family nutritious food and to help fight climate change.

The  Stanton Heights Compost Program officially celebrates its 10th season in April 2020. This all volunteer run program has been helping neighborhood families keep their yard debris out of landfills for  a decade.  Each year we make compost available to community members for their gardens and this year we have dug a little deeper into the pile for extra compost that we were saving for a “rainy day” figuring that more neighborhood families would be growing “victory gardens” this year.

To get compost: Compost can be accessed via the Comcast building service road on Stanton Ave.  If you are unfamiliar with how to best access / utilize the finished compost, contact Michael Sturges– Contact Information below or on compost signage.

To volunteer with the compost program:  Potential volunteers should contact Michael Sturges to schedule an orientation following social distance guidelines.  Volunteers should have sturdy shoes.  New gloves are available and tools will be provided.

Call/text/e-mail Michael Sturges 412 606 7542 mjpsturges@gmail.com  If calling, leave a voicemail.

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