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Posted on: July 19, 2018

New Children's Garden Opens with SWACO-Funded Composting Sign

SWACO ExhibitThe new Children’s Garden at the Franklin Park Conservatory opened May 19. Among the garden’s many attractions is a small exhibit featuring a 36-inch-high worm and a SWACO-funded sign that explains the economic and environment benefits of composting and the ease of vermicomposting (using worms). The next time you visit the conservatory, spend some time in the Children’s Garden and take a selfie with “Wormy.” You can tag us on Twitter @SWACOGreen and on Facebook @SWACO.org.

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