Category: OKC Zoo Poo

Boeing Pollinator Project Takes Flight with OKC Zoo Poo Partnership

The Oklahoma Zoo and Botanical Garden recently partnered with Boeing to help an employee-led pollinator project take flight. The Zoo supplied five cubic yards (about the amount that fills a pick-up truck’s bed) of its new premium compost, OKC Zoo Poo , to Boeing for use in the new pollinator garden on the company’s southeast Oklahoma City campus. The compost super charges the soil, improves drainage and provides extra nutrients to help plants grow and take root. The purpose... Read More
at Thursday, April 25, 2019
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New Organic Compost - OKC Zoo Poo - Dropping April 20

Two years ago, Lance Swearengin, the Oklahoma City Zoo’s horticultural curator, looked up at the Zoo’s ever-growing mountain of organic plant and animal waste and began formulating a plan. He realized this increasingly hard to manage 15-year-old compost heap wasn’t a burden, but an opportunity in disguise – there was (brown) gold in that hill. Swearengin reached out to Oklahoma City-based landscaping company  Minick Materials  and presented a plan that would... Read More
at Wednesday, April 17, 2019
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