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CCM’s Edible Lecture Series: Compost + Soil Building

September 1 @ 6:00 pm 6:45 pm

Meet the people who make local food thrive! Enjoy this free lecture series at Community Co-op Market every Thursday in September. Claim your free tickets here: https://ediblelecturecompost.eventbrite.com

About the event: Please join us as we host Sundiata Ameh-El, owner of Compost Community, for a talk about the importance of compost and soil building in relation to growing food. Sample veggies grown in nutrient-rich compost and prepared in our own kitchen.

About Sundiata and Compost Community: Compost Community is a network of urban professionals dedicated to strengthening the local food supply in the Tallahassee and Big Bend area. We are involved in building communities, encouraging and strengthening new and existing partnerships, protecting the environment, reducing waste streams from businesses and residents and having FUN doing it! At Compost Community, we are focused on providing collection services of organic waste materials with the highest levels of customer satisfaction – we will do everything we can to meet your expectations.

About Community Co-op Market: Operating since January 2020, Community Co-op Market is a community-owned retail grocery store that is dedicated to improving the quality of life for its staff, customers, suppliers, and neighbors. Membership is not required to shop here, everyone is welcome. Learn more at ccmgrocery.coop

1235 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee, 32301 United States
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