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  • #1 written by John Zarola
    about 1 year ago

    Hi Neighbors:

    Wanted to share that:

    Applications are now being accepted for the March 2013 Bernco Master Composter training program. This 30 hour training will be held on Wed.pm’s and Sat.am’s at the Bernalillo County Extension Office, ABQ, NM

    Application and complete course information at: http://www.nmcomposters.org

    Thank you. John Zarola, BCEMC outreach coordinator