Green Living online: Make a worm tower webinar

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Worm Tower in garden

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Date

Thursday, 1 October 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Do you want healthy, nutrient rich soil in your garden? Do you fill your red bin with food waste each week? Do you want to reduce your carbon footprint? Do you want to save money? If you have said yes to any of these then this workshop is for you!

Worm farming is an easy way of recycling food into a nutrient rich natural fertilizer that your vegetables, herbs and flowering plants will love. It is also an important step to reducing the amount of waste sent to landfill and greenhouse gas production associated with organic material in landfills.

Worm towers are simple structures that can be made from lots of different things. Once made you place them directly into your gardens and feed food scraps directly into it. Worms living in the tower can then feed on the food scrap and when moving around the garden will deposit all nutrients out into the garden in the plant root zone. Makes dealing with food scraps and fertilisizing your plants so easy.

  • Learn how to easily make a worm tower from a variety of up-cycled materials
  • Learn how to set up and feed your worm tower
  • Trouble shooting problems with your worm tower
  • Q&A

To attend this webinar please register online and a link to the Microsoft Teams event will be sent to you the day before the event.

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Environmental Education Team

Location

Online
Online NSW 2250
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Last updated : Mon 21 Sep 2020