Athens-Clarke County Master Composter Program
Established in 2011 as a partnership between Athens-Clarke County Extension and the Athens-Clarke County Solid Waste Department, the Georgia Master Composter Program is an adult education course and Extension Volunteer program. Master Composters complete a nine-week training course that covers all aspects of the composting process. Classes are taught by UGA faculty, Athens-Clarke County and US Forest Service staff, and small and commercial business owners. Topics include the chemistry and microbiology of composting, types of and reasons for composting, composting techniques and teaching tools. As Extension volunteers, Master Composters then use this information to share composting basics with their family, friends and the community.
The next Master Composter Program will be held in 2021. Applications will be available in the fall of 2020. To learn more about the Master Composter Program in 2020 please call (706) 613-3640 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.