Sunday, August 11 at 1 p.m.
Linden Hills Trolley Path at 44th Street and York Avenue
On Sunday, August 11, LHiNC’s Environment and Sustainability Committee will hold its second in a series of Soil Restoration Workshops. At 1p.m. on the Linden Hills Trolley Path near 44th St and York Ave, Kassie Brown of Renaissance Soil will demonstrate how to interpret soil tests and plant no-mow fescue grasses and other great carbon sequestering perennials. Attendees will get free compost with microbes so bring containers.
Funded by LHiNC, this healthy soil initiative aims to educate the community on carbon sequestration and its impact on climate change.
Can’t make it to the event? Ginny Halloran – Linden Hills resident and organizer of the Healthy Soil Initiative – has put together “12 Easy Steps to Carbon Rich Soil“.
Questions? Contact Ginny Halloran at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-210-7177. LHiNC’s Environment & Sustainability Committee will also be at the LHiNC Booth at the Linden Hills Farmers Market on July 28.