With a new, modern compost facility, Woodland Park’s ‘Zoo Doo’ becomes serious … stuff

Kids from Ballard All Day Summer Camp Max Bastian, rar right, with hat, and Adrian Arenas-Evans, next to Max, shovel composted Zoo Doo as part of a celebration of the new and improved Zoo Doo composting facility at Woodland Park Zoo, Friday, August 16, 2019.
NOTE; All kids in the photo are cleared to be photographed. 211180

Gardeners rejoice! The Woodland Park Zoo has unveiled a newly modernized compost facility that will allow it to hold larger piles of its popular Zoo Doo in less space and cut down on compost processing times.

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