Community composting & landscaping classes offered soon

Posted June 24, 2024

Plymouth School District Community Education & Recreation is offering two classes this summer taught by Laura Grunwald, conservation specialist with the Sheboygan County Planning & Conservation Department and a Master Naturalist/Composter/Recycler.

Intro to Composting with Worms, Make & Take

This family-friendly, hands-in-the-bin experience will allow you to learn the basics of worm composting and build your own compost system to take home. Soon your fruit and veggie scraps will become an all-natural fertilizer, and you will minimize your garbage output. Plastic totes and worms included.
Details: 5:30-7pm Thursday July 18 in the Parkview Secret Garden (Parkview Cafeteria in inclement weather)
Fee: $30 through July 7, then $40
Register: online via MyRec

Landscaping for Birds, Bees, & The Environment - NEW

Learn to transform your space into a natural haven for native birds and pollinators, and how the choices you make can either help or hurt the natural areas and critters. Leave with a renewed sense of purpose as an environmental steward, and understand how to make a few changes that will create the most effective outcomes.
Details: 5:30-6:30pm Thursday August 8 in PHS Room C109
Fee: Free, but please register by July 28
Register: online via MyRec

Learn more:

• Visit to view available classes, create an online account, and register online.
• View or download a copy of the Summer 2024 Course Guide.
• Contact our office at or 920-892-5068.
• Visit our office between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. weekdays on the south end (Door 18) of Plymouth High School, 125 S. Highland Ave.
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