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PittMoss is used by Munster Town Hall with the help of Shark Tank Alumni Mont Handley

PittMoss Inventor, Mont Handley, Promoting PittMoss' Growth Since Shark Tank

August 02, 2018

Recently, Mont stopped by the Munster Garden Club to give a talk about PittMoss. Even though he has been busy with his work  as the associate director of Purdue University Northwest’s Commercialization and Manufacturing Excellence Center, our incredible founder is always up for touting the benefits of PittMoss.  Not only did Mont recap the journey from Shark Tank to his latest ventures, Mont touted the benefits of using PittMoss as opposed to peat-based potting mixes.

Mont's appearance culminated with the announcement of an edible herb garden at the Munster Town Hall. The edible garden will include corn, squash, swiss chard and more!

Read more about the event here.

Mont Handley discusses PittMoss in 2018 to the Munster Town Hall

Mont Handley, inventor of PittMoss. Photo Credit: NWI.com

 



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