Composting and Worm Farming Workshop - Nov
Over 50% of residential garbage can be composted. Instead of this material contributing to methane gas in the landfill, it can be better reused as a valuable soil conditioner replenishing nutrients in your garden.
An efficient hot compost pile can create useable compost in a few months. Most people use a lower maintainance composting method which may take 6-12 months. Insects and critters in your compost help to to break down the material and often play a vital role in your garden.
If you are interested in learning more and setting up your own compost bin or worm farm, council runs fun, hands on workshops that give you the opportunity to learn how easy it can be.
Workshops are not suitable for children under the age of 10. Bookings for this workshop open 3 weeks prior to the workshop date.
Starts: 8:30 AM on 11 Nov 2017
Ends: 12:30 PM on 11 Nov 2017
Bookings: Free event. Booking Required.
Location: To be advised once your booking is confirmed
Enquiries can be directed to Waste Services on the contact details provided on this page.
Free. Bookings are required.
Who should attend:
Open to the general public.
How to get there:
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