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Workshop: Home and Small Farm Vermicomposting

Saturday, March 14, 2015... 1:00 - 4:00 pm

Looking for a simple, sustainable way to compost at home? Come to MAYTime for a "Hands-On" session that will teach you how to turn your kitchen scraps – and other compostables – into valuable garden supplements. Each participant will take home a complete worm composting setup – bin, worms and all!

Topics We Will Cover…

  • Care and Feeding of Redworms

  • Bedding Materials

  • Temperature, Moisture, and Other Environmental Factors

  • Potential Problems, and Remedies

  • Alternate Worm Bin Designs, Small and Large

  • Harvesting Castings – and Worms

  • Using Castings for your House Plants and Your Gardens

  • Research on Worm Compost Benefits

Limited to 10 participants.

Fee: $45

REGISTER: Email mark@maytimecomposting.com

OR: Call 8 2 8 - 2 3 1 - 9 3 5 2

 

 

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