Do you cook? Do you ever throw away fresh fruit or veggies that spoiled before you could eat them–and wish you didn’t have to? Do you want to help divert thousands of pounds of food waste from the landfill? Learn about the benefits of vermicompost, and how to create and care for your very own worm bin! Worm waste is high in nitrogen, which all flowering and fruiting plants need. If you know a gardener that would appreciate chemical-free fertilizer–this makes a great gift.
When: March 26, 2018, 6:30pm
Where: University at Buffalo, 119 Clemens Hall, Buffalo, NY 14260-4600
Cost: For $25 you take home a working worm bin
This workshop will be led by Caesandra Seawell, Garden Manager and Instructor at Pelion Community Garden at Buffalo’s City Honors School.
***The cost of building and bringing home your own worm bin (red wigglers included) is $25!
LAST DAY TO PAY is Sunday 3/25!!!!!
Questions? Email Caesandra – firstname.lastname@example.org
Caesandra will teach you how to: build a perfect bin, feed them, collect their castings and apply their nitrogen-rich waste to your garden soil.
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