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Saturday, October 24 • 2:50pm - 3:40pm
Compost Tea

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Compost tea is a powerful tool for organic landscape management that can quickly provide plant available nutrients and help restore the soil food web. Shawn Bruckman with GroundUp and Jimmy Dula from Colorado Soil Systems will demonstrate the production and functions of compost tea on a spectrum of scales applicable to the home gardener, small scale organic farmer and large scale institution. Please join us for this workshop on brewing compost teas!

Speakers
SB

Shawn Bruckman

Owner, Colorado Soil Systems, LLC
Fresh, local, healthy, organic food. Connecting with the soil.
JD

Jimmy Dula

Colorado Soil Systems, LLC
Jimmy Dula, Colorado Soil Systems, moved to Aspen, CO in 2012 after receiving his BA in Geography from the University of Texas at Austin to pursue a love for the mountains and food. While at UT, Jimmy focused studies on soil biogeochemistry, plant-fungal interactions and sustainable agriculture. In 2012, he founded Colorado Soil Systems, an organic landscape management consulting company. He is also President of Glassier Gardens, a 14-acre shared... Read More →


Saturday October 24, 2015 2:50pm - 3:40pm
outside south entrance 1610 Pleasant St, Boulder, CO 80309

Attendees (14)