WSU Whatcom County Extension

Community Horticulture

WSU Whatcom County Extension        

Master Composter/
Recycler Program

 

 

2018 Spring Training
Master Composter/Recycler Program

March 1 - April 5, 2018

(Thursdays 6-8pm)
plus field trips as scheduled

INFO Sheet (pdf)Application (pdf)

 

Become a Certified Master Composter/Recycler
by completing the 6 week training!

 

• Zero Waste Living
• Home & Backyard Composting Systems
• Toxics & Recycling
• Science of Rot
• Kitchen Waste Diversion
and more!

Cost: $90 • Space is limited... apply today!

More information:
To become a Certified Master Composter/Recycler, applicants must complete 30 hours of training and 30 hours of volunteer time as a community educator. Tuition includes classroom and construction materials, discussion with experts, and field trips.

 

Please print and complete all fields on the form.
Blank applications are available at our office.

To inquire about scholarships: mcr.whatcom@wsu.edu

 

Who are Master Composter/Recyclers?

Master Composter/Recyclers are stewards of energy transformation who educate the community about cycling local resources, building soil, and growing food. As volunteers, they are trained by and work in partnership with WSU Whatcom County Extension.

 

What We Do

Master Composter/Recyclers work in classrooms, in community gardens, and at special events to demonstrate sustainable approaches towards resource management using research-based composting and recycling education. Contact mcr.whatcom@wsu.edu to request a visit from Master Composter/Recycler volunteers.

Local partners include:
     - WSU Master Gardener Program
     - Toward Zero Waste
     - Bellingham Food Bank
     - Community Gardens

 

Master Composter/Recycler Training

Master Composter/Recycler training is for people of all levels of composting and gardening experience and may serve as a complement to Master Gardener training or stand alone. Certified Master Composters will create a functional home composting system, understand the basics of decomposition and soil science, know the nuances of composting and recycling in Whatcom County, and extoll the significance of soil building and waste/resource management from local, regional, and global perspectives. Best of all, they will enter into a supportive community of fellow composters, recyclers and gardeners.

To become a Certified Master Composter/Recycler, applicants must complete 30 hours of training and 30 hours of volunteer time as a community educator. Tuition includes classroom and construction materials, discussion with experts, and field trips.

For more information, please contact:
mcr.whatcom@wsu.edu
Master Composter/Recycler Coordinator
(360) 778-5814

 

 

 

 

 

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WSU Whatcom County Extension • 1000 N. Forest St., Bellingham, WA 98225 • (360) 778-5800 • whatcom@wsu.edu