Buy some manure and help MSS football

Mushroom manure, planter box soil and black top soil for sale

Mission Secondary School’s football program is hosting its second annual organic manure and soil sale.

Purchases help cover some of the costs of the program, all while kickstarting your flower beds, gardens and lawn.

Mushroom manure (60-70 lb bag) sells for $7, and is suitable for general gardening needs.

Planter box soil (20 litre bag), ideal for outdoor containers and hanging baskets, will cost $6, while black top soil (40 litre bag) will cost $8.

Delivery within is available by donation, or pickup at MSS on April 19, 3:30 to 5 p.m., or April 21, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

For more information, and to place your orders, contact Melanie at 604-768-8722, or send an e-mail to before April 11.

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