|NYC Compost Project hosted by Queens Botanical Garden
“Composting where people, plants, and cultures meet.”
Be the first in your school to have a worm bin in the classroom! NYC Teacher “Wormshop”: Worm Composting for the Classroom is open to New York City schoolteachers grades K - 12. The NYC Compost Project in Queens offers teacher trainings for worm bin composting periodically throughout the year. Check our calendar for upcoming wormshops. Please contact us if you are interested in having a teacher training at your school.
Master Composter Certificate Program
Become an expert! Learn how composting benefits backyards and gardens, as well as fits into New York City’s waste management plans. This comprehensive training program has a community service component.
See our listing of NYC worm suppliers, NYC food scrap drop-off sites, leaf composting, MulchFest, compost-related books, compost websites, and other resources.
The NYC Compost Project works to rebuild NYC's soils by providing New Yorkers with the knowledge, skills and opportunities they need to produce and use compost locally. The project is funded and managed by the
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