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Nonprofits of the Northwoods: Backyard Composting

Trees for Tomorrow

If you’ve ever considered composting, now might be a good time to start.

Trees for Tomorrow, an environmental education center in Eagle River, is selling bins and teaching people how to compost in their backyard.

Listen to the full interview with Environmental Educator Kim Feller to learn about why composting matters and how you can get involved.

Trees for Tomorrow has a calendar full of programs to teach people about everything from outdoor cooking to archery. Visit their website to learn more.

WXPR’s Nonprofits of the Northwoods spotlights organizations in our area that are working to strengthen the community – whether that’s by lending a hand to someone in need, educating about the arts, or caring for the environment.

Erin Gottsacker worked at WXPR as a Morning Edition host and reporter from December 2020 to January 2023. During her time at the station, Erin reported on the issues that matter most in the Northwoods.
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