COMPOSTING AND WORMS WORKSHOP – KIMBRIKI
Did you realise that when food scraps are sent to landfill, they decompose and produce methane, a greenhouse gas with more than 20 times the global warming capacity of carbon dioxide? Food scraps in landfill also produce an organic leachate which is polluting to groundwater.
Join Kimbriki‘s ecologists at a workshop to learn how composting and worm farms can turn household food scraps into a rich and nutrient packed by-product that you can use to improve the health of your garden through improving the nutrient, water capacity and carbon levels in the soil.
YOU WILL LEARN:
- An understanding of ecological and permaculture principles.
- An understanding of the ADAM principles and their application to composting and worm farming.
- How to set up a compost system, how to operate it, how to use finished compost.
- How to set up a worm farm, operate it, change it over and use worm castings.
COMPOSTING AND WORMS WORKSHOP
- Kimbriki Eco House and Garden
- Friday September 16 from 10am-1pm
Sunday September 18 from 10am-1pm
- Bookings are essential here
- Residents $30 per person
- Non-residents $50 per person
- Children $5 and must be accompanied by an adult
- Family Ticket $50 (2 adults and up to 3 children, Northern Beaches & Mosman Residents only)
- The Eco House & Garden is located on your left-hand side once you drive through Weighbridge A or B at Kimbriki. There is parking at the Eco House and Garden, and it is a fully accessible venue.
- Northern Beaches residents who attend a Kimbriki Composting and Worm Farms workshop may be eligible for a Council-issued $90 voucher to use in purchasing worm farm or composting related products. Click here for more details.