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KENT—Join Kent Conservation Commission and Kent Memorial Library in the Junior Room on April 18 at 10:30 a.m. for a program exploring the process of turning food scraps into compost with guest presenter Carol Franken, Ed.D. 

Children in Grades Pre-K through 4 will observe decomposition and learn about the advantages of keeping food scraps out of the waste stream. 

Kent’s current “Save As you Throw” Housatonic Resources Recovery Authority project at the Kent Transfer Station will also be explained. 

There will be a read-aloud and participants will go home with plants grown with compost. 

Call 860-927-3761 or email the Junior Room to register, or register online 

The library is located at 32 North Main St.; 

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