Partner organizations are working together to plan and host Connecticut’s first Compost Conference.
March 23, 2020 at Central Connecticut State University.
This informative day will include keynote speakers, breakout sessions, panel discussion, networking, exhibitors, and a Q&A.
This critical event will provide information and resources for farmers and municipalities to expand their leaf and/or manure composting operation to include food scraps. The focus of workshops will include the benefits to soil health, conservation, food waste management, and climate adaptation. Compost manufacturing and compost utilization are vital to producing healthy soils, clean air and water, and a sustainable society.
For more information visit https://ctnofa.org/event/connecticut-compost-conference/