The suspension of Princeton's residential curbside organics program continues to be top of mind. Rest assured, the municipality is working diligently on a viable solution for our community. To that end, we invite you to two upcoming events on the topic of Food Waste:
Monday, April 29: Princeton Mayor Liz Lempert will provide an update on next steps for a short and long term solution. 7:30 - 8:30pm, 400 Witherspoon Street
Saturday, May 4, 10:00-noon, Mountain Lakes House, 57 Mountain Ave, Princeton:
Learn creative, DIY ways to manage food waste from speakers who will share tips and techniques for each of the following topics:
Backyard Composting: Carrie Dyckman, Compost Enthusiast and Consultant
Vermicomposting: Pramod Raju, Environmental Entrepreneur & Activist
Backyard Hens: Joseph Heckman, Ph.D. Professor of Soil Science, Rutgers University
This program is brought to you by the Princeton Environmental Commission, in partnership with Friends of Princeton Open Space, Sustainable Princeton, and the Northeast Organic Farming Association of New Jersey (NOFA-NJ).