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By Cyd Lass
Staff Intern 

Worland Community Garden sees healthier fertilizer alternative

 

July 26, 2018

Cyd Lass

Clark Leellier, Caitlin Youngquist, Erika Rogers, Tess Vigil, Cindy Dragon, and Darryl Coronado gather around to help with composting during the Worm Composting Workshop done at the community garden Saturday morning.

WORLAND – Saturday morning, the Washakie County Extension office held a worm composting workshop at the community garden in Worland.

The workshop was led by Erika Rogers, a Wyoming Worm Wrangler and featured information on how to use garbage, food scraps and worms to make gardens healthier and more flourished.

Extension Educator Caitlin Youngquist decided to hold this workshop to do a demonstration and provide an example for those interested within the community. The workshop started out in the Worland Community Center in one of their classrooms with a presentation and then quickly move...



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