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Posted on: October 5, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Three ways fall leaves could benefit your yard

Three ways fall leaves could benefit your yard

If you are wondering what to do with your piles of leaves covering your lawn in the fall, you are not alone. The conventional ways to deal with leaves is to blow them onto the street, into the woods or pay for their disposal. This costly and time-consuming cleanup is not necessary. You can turn your leaves into an asset benefiting your plants, soil and your wallet. 

During this upcoming workshop, a group of professionals will provide you with knowledge and practical experience on ways to change how you manage your yard. Cut down on cost and effort, while taking advantage of what is free and good for your yard and the environment.  


Town Hall Meeting Room

October 19, 2023 5:30-7:00 pm FREE

Presented by: Jeff Cordulack, Organic Ways and Means & Aleksandra Moch, Soil Scientist for property owners and landscape professionals

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