Backyard Composting Master Class with UCONN's Gail K. Reynolds
Program Type:Health, Wellness, & Lifestyle
Almost 25% of a typical household’s waste can be recycled right in our own backyards. Backyard and community composting matter more than ever to remove unnecessary materials from the trash stream and out of incinerators and landfills. It is easy to begin and maintain home composting without special equipment or substantial financial investment. Even apartment dwellers can compost! There is bound to be a composting method that meets your needs.
Gail Kalison Reynolds, Middlesex County UConn Master Gardener Coordinator and statewide UConn Master Composter Coordinator, retired from a long career in Information Technology. She holds a B.S. in biology from Yale College, a Master of Forest Science degree from Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies, and five information security certifications. Gail and her husband Dan Reynolds co-own Reynolds Forestry Services LLC.