Charcoal for gardening? The Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living will teach you all about it

. July 5, 2017.
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Biochar, a highly porous form of charcoal that has been enriching gardens for thousands of years, has recently re-emerged as a soil amendment, similar to mulch and compost. The Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living will host BioChar: What’s That?, a class that explores the history and science of the material, taught by a former science teacher who has a master’s degree in environmental science. Walk-ins welcome. Introductory and intermediate gardeners are encouraged to attend!

Saturday, July 8 | 10am
$5
Ann Arbor Center for Independent Living
3841 Research Park Dr.

734-996-3169 | projectgrowgardens.org

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