High Country Conservation Center teams up with Natural Grocers to give away free compost buckets

Those who attend the event on Thursday, April 20, will also receive goodies from Natural Grocers, according to a news release from the High Country Conservation Center

High Country Conservation is hosting a compost bucket giveaway at Natural Grocers in Frisco.
High Country Conservation/Courtesy photo

High Country Conservation Center has teamed up with Natural Grocers in Frisco to give away free compost buckets and other goodies, according to a news release from the nonprofit.

The conservation center will have a table at Natural Grocers between noon and 1 p.m. on Thursday, April 20, where people can learn more about composting, the release states. 

Attendees will be able to sign up for the free food scrap program and take a bucket home to begin composting, according to High Country Conservation Center. Those who sign up will also receive treats from Natural Grocers to take home.

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