St Louis Composting in Belleville

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Continuing Education Class for Master Gardeners: TOUR – St. Louis Composting in Belleville, IL

Additional Information

Visit St Louis Composting and learn about all the different types of compost available and which type might be best for your garden.
From the St Louis Composting Website: As any seasoned gardener or landscaper knows, the most important thing you can do to enhance a lawn or garden is to cultivate better soil. And the single best way to do that is to condition your soil with compost, one of the finest organic supplements known to humankind. For nearly two decades, St. Louis Composting has been the region's leading producer of nature's ultimate renewable resource. They supply hobbyists and professionals alike with top quality compost, topsoil and soil blends and a variety of mulches while simultaneously reducing landfill waste across the metro area. Visit their website at:
The facilities are on flat ground and therefore handicap/wheelchair accessible. We also recommend appropriate shoes as this is a real working location and your shoes will probably get dirty.
It is recommended that people carpool to reduce congestion in view of the large number of trucks coming and going from the facility.
They have a map on their website - click on "Contact", or use Google Maps or etc.
Class Contact – Connie Goss. Connie will be there at 9:30 that morning to meet people at or just inside the entrance of the main building.
This will be our second attempt at a Continuing Ed class at this location. Last fall the weather did not cooperate and the attendance was low, so we will try it again. If we should have another weather situation on the scheduled date, we will post a cancellation notice on this website.

Event Location

St. Louis Composting - Belleville Facility 618-233-2007
3521 Centreville Ave. (at Highway 158 and Frank Scott Parkway, just outside Belleville)
Belleville, Ill 62226


Connie Goss - Master Gardener
Tel: (314)727-0760

Date and Time

Wednesday, April 18, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.