If composting and recycling interest you, you want a greener future, and to be part of a great community, consider becoming a Master Composter/Recycler.
The Master Composter Recycler Volunteer training provides you with the tools and knowledge to reduce household waste, build a hot compost pile, and tend a worm bin.
Master Composter Recyclers attend an annual FREE 10-session course that explores: backyard composting, vermicomposting, recycling, greener consumer choices, green-building, and more. Participants then share what they learn with the Clark County community.
Master Composter Recyclers “payback” their training with community service hours. They represent the MCR Program at community events such as fairs and farmers markets; teach and host workshops and lectures; grow redworms for workshops; maintain composting demonstration sites; and share their knowledge with neighbors and community groups.
The 2017 classes are scheduled for Wednesday evenings, January 25 – March 29. If you are interested in getting more hands on experience with composting and recycling, check out our workshops. Keep an eye on this webpage for future MCR training opportunities. Applications are being accepted now for the 2017 MCR training.