Cosponsored by the South Fork Natural History Museum and the Perfect Earth Project
Program Presenter: Representative of the Perfect Earth Project
Soil is alive! Take a look in the Perfect Earth Project microscope and peek into the world beneath your feet. After learning about these insects, and how they protect grass and plants, we will make Soil Food Bombs with compost and some special beneficial little bugs. Don’t treat soil like dirt. Feed the living soil – it’s at the bottom of everything green and growing! Perfect Earth Project, based in East Hampton, NY, promotes PRFCT (toxic-free) lawns and landscapes for the health of people, their pets, and the planet; raises consciousness about the dangers of synthetic landscape chemicals and educates homeowners, landscapers, and businesses in nature-based alternatives that achieve beautiful results at no extra cost. www.perfectearthproject.org
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