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Nature Center staff is available on Saturday and Sunday from 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. You may also call or e-mail the Nature Center. Residents may leave a message and they will receive a call back.
Physical Address (behind Ramsay Park)30 Harkins Slough RoadWatsonville, CA 95076Telephone: (831) 768-1622E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact Customer Service at (831) 768-3133 and your bin will be picked up at no charge. The $10 fee is non-refundable. The compost bin is property of the City of Watsonville.
Composting is a natural, biological process that recycles organic materials such as food scraps, leaves and yard trimmings into a rich (fertile, dark, sweet smelling) soil-like material called compost or humus (pronounced hyu, like you.) It improves the health of both soils and plants when added to the garden or indoor plants.
Materials like vegetable and fruit scraps, eggshells, coffee grinds, tea bags and much more can be placed in a container to decompose. Almost anything that is organic material and not animal based is a good candidate for composting.
This is a voluntary program for residents who want to participate in diverting food scraps from the landfill and instead composting in their own backyard.
These funds will cover training and delivery services provided
Composting makes a valuable soil amendment. Through this process of decomposition, food scraps and yard trimmings remain as beneficial natural resources instead of becoming wastes, and entering the waste stream. Our food comes from nature, so better to put it back where it came from. In nature, the concept of waste does not exist!
According to the EPA, 30% of household waste is food. This can be composted instead of throwing it away in the garbage can