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Jack Hayes, a University of Missouri extension office Master Gardener and a full-time chemistry instructor at State Fair Community College, invites Webster Brown, 10, to stick his hand into a bowl of homemade compost and feel how warm it is. Hayes explained to the kids attending the Sedalia Public Library's summer reading activity Wednesday at Liberty Park that compost is organic; it is alive and the heat is a sign that microorganisms are busy digesting organic matter.






  1. Sedalia Public Library Summer Reading Program


  2. Sedalia Public Library Summer Reading Program


  3. Sedalia Public Library Summer Reading Program


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