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Compost

Composting is a great way to dispose of yard waste and other organic material. Composting is basically replicating and speeding up the natural decomposition process.

Compost

Mulching
It’s okay, let it lay. Mulching is also a great way to dispose of yard waste. Mulching mowers finely chop clippings. The clippings naturally feed your lawn when they decompose. You should mow your grass to 2-3” in height and only remove about 1/3 of the blade height. This may mean you will be mulch mowing every five days. Mulching is the best way to dispose of grass clippings. You may be able to buy a kit to convert your current mower.

Mulch mowing fact sheet

For more environmentally friendly lawn and landscape information visit the Stormwater publications page.

Mulching Myths Busted

Tom Heald with Wyoming Plant Company explains why mulching is better.



Donna Cuin with the Natrona County UW Extension Office explains why lawns raise and how thatch is created.





Jeffery Hollen with Greenline Equipment explains what a mulching mower is and how to convert your current mower.





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Holiday Information


Memorial Day Memorial Day
Trash will be collected as usual on Monday, May 26th and the Balefill will be open from 7:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 







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