Become a Master Composter in 2017! The six-week course starts in late March 2017.
For more information and to learn about signing up for the next class, email Kris Major or call 509-625-6521. Volunteer Master Composters and Recyclers play an active role in Spokane County’s Regional Solid Waste System by teaching citizens how to reduce waste through recycling and home composting. Becoming a Master Composter is easy as 1-2-3:
New volunteers attend Master Composter/Recycler spring training sessions and receive a free compost bin, reference books, and instructional materials.
Master Composters and Recyclers are asked to contribute 40 hours of volunteer service, after their training, to help inform and encourage others.
Master Composter and Recycler graduates now have opportunities to share their enthusiasm at community gatherings, compost fairs, schools, clubs, etc. by interacting with the public, giving presentations, or working behind the scenes.
This successful Master Composter and Recycler Program has been in effect since 1988. Every year the list of volunteers completing the program continues to grow and community outreach increases. For more information and to learn about signing up for the next class, email or call Kris Major at 509-625-6521.