The Wild Ones of the Door Peninsula and Door County Climate Change Coalition (CCCDC) is sponsoring “A Fresh Look for Compost in Sturgeon Bay later this month. CCCDC Executive Director Jeff Lutsey will speak on the environmental benefits of the Door County Compost Initiative and that Crossroads will be part of the Compost Network. Information on compostables and a Compost Collection Site Map will be distributed to attendees. An optional potluck dinner will be offered at 6 p.m., before the program begins at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, March 28. The program will conclude with the “Consecration of the Crossroads Compost Collection Container” where a ceremonial dumping of the potluck scrap bucket. Compost buckets will be available for purchase with a $25 donation to the Door County Compost Initiative. This program is presented by the Wild Ones of the Door Peninsula and Door County Community Foundation in collaboration with Door County Climate Change Coalition and Crossroads with support from the Door County Medical Center. You can get ready for the spring planting season with a free program offered on composting at Crossroads at Big Creek.