The Woodland Park Zoo is once again offering its nutrient-filled Zoo Doo to gardeners on Saturday and Sunday.
“Zoo Doo is a great way to garden clean and healthy for the benefit of pollinators and other local wildlife and is a sustainable green choice,” said the zoo in a news release. “The compost is so extraordinary that the zoo’s horticulture experts also use it throughout the zoo in its award-winning animal habitats and other landscaped areas.”
Zoo Doo is a compost made of animal feces from the zoo’s non-primate herbivores like tapirs, pudus, mountain goats, rhinos, hippos, giraffes, zebras, and more.
“The sweet, aromatic Zoo Doo is perfect for growing veggies and annuals,” said the zoo.
Woodland Park Zoo has been giving out Zoo Doo for almost 40 years.
Bulk Zoo Doo is available for pickup at the zoo on Saturday and Sunday, March 18 and 19 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Visit www.zoo.org/zoodoo or call 206-625-POOP (7667) to book a pickup, pay with a credit card and receive instructions for pickup.
The prices are:
- 25 gallons - $15
- 50 gallons - $30
- 70 gallons - $40
- 100 gallons - $50
- Small truck (300 gallons) - $80
- Medium truck (400 gallons) - $100
- Large truck (550 gallons) - $120
Limited supplies of Zoo Doo or Worm Doo are available year-round in 1-pint containers at the zoo’s ZooStores.
- 1-pint Zoo Doo - $6.95
- 1 pint Worm Doo - $10
Upcoming sales will be announced by the zoo and will be held in April, May, June, and July.
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