ZOO DOO COMPOST

The most "poopular" compost in the Pacific Northwest

Purchasing Zoo Doo

 

Available Amounts

On the first weekend of April and June, we will be hosting a bulk compost pickup sale! This year, look for changes that have been made to improve access to Zoo Doo and get it in your gardens sooner! There will no longer be a Fecal Fest lottery, instead, please use the link (available May 1, 2022) to book your pickup, pay with a credit card and receive directions to the zoo for pickup.

Cancellations or changes must be made at least a week before your scheduled pick-up to receive a refund.

 


Sale Starts May 1, 2022


The May sale is for buckets only, no Truckloads. The June sale is for buckets and truckloads.

Come back to this page on May 1, 2022 to sign up for the May and June sale.

 

JUNE SALE


Bulk


Please note that we will be offering the following pickup sizes only:

  • 50-gallons - $40
  • 100-gallons - $70
  • 5’x4’ pickup trucks (300-gallons) - $90
  • 6’x5’ pickup trucks (400-gallons) - $100
  • 8’x5’ pickup trucks (550-gallons) - $120

 



2 to 4 Gallons


Once containers are purchased, they will be filled with Zoo Doo and made available for pickup at the zoo on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month from 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. The dried and screened Zoo Doo is shelf-stable, and makes for an incredible addition to small gardens, potted plants and indoor plants.

  • 2-gallon buckets are $16
  • 4-gallon buckets are $30


Less than 2 Gallons


Year-round you can purchase Zoo Doo or Worm Doo in 1-pint containers at our ZooStores at the South and West Entrances or follow this link to the online ZooStore!

  • 1 pint containers Zoo Doo - $6.95
  • 1 pint containers Worm Doo - $10

Supplies are limited. To order and ship or to check availability, call our ZooStore at 206.548.1535.

Our Mission

Woodland Park Zoo saves wildlife and inspires everyone to make conservation a priority in their lives.

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Woodland Park Zoo recognizes that these are the lands of the Tribal signatories of the Treaty of Point Elliott. We acknowledge their stewardship of this place continues to this day and that it is our responsibility to join them to restore the relationship with the living world around us.

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