Build A Worm Bin @ Casa Sool

urban grower

Make your own ORGANIC FERTILIZER! Worm Castings can be expensive; however, the care and feeding of those super pooping, red wigglers is so easy. Let them do all the work for you!

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.

$25 will get you a finished worm bin– complete with red wigglers so you can produce castings in time for Spring planting.

When: May 2, 2018, 6:30pm

Where: Caesandra’s house, 279 Northampton Street, Buffalo, New York 14208

Cost: For $25 you take home a working worm bin

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Build A Worm Bin @ Pelion

Pelion Worms

Make your own ORGANIC FERTILIZER! Worm Castings can be expensive; however, the care and feeding of those super pooping, red wigglers is so easy. Let them do all the work for you!

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.

$25 will get you a finished worm bin– complete with red wigglers so you can produce castings in time for Spring planting.

When: May 5, 2018, 1pm

Where: Pelion Community Garden at City Honors School, 206 Best St, Buffalo, New York 14204

Cost: For $25 you take home a working worm bin

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Build A Worm Bin @ UB

urban grower

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

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Worm Petting Zoo + Worm Printing ART (STEAM Lesson)

Worms By Allan Henderson

Caesandra will bring her mobile worm-bin w/LIVE worms to a classroom or site.

  • Instruction about worm anatomy, habitat, life cycle, and environmental benefits of worms.
  • Discussion of organic growing methods, decomposers, the nitrogen cycle, worm farming, landfill diversion, and pollution.
  • Students may hold and feed the red wigglers.
  • Then, students will create one-of-a-kind monotype and collage prints using artificial worms
  • Coloring/Activity pages provided.
  • Suitable for groups of students of all ages–Kindergarten through College!!
  • Locations with tables and a sink for cleanup are ideal.
  • Workshop lasts 60min, Max group size 20 (or pop-up/fee to scale)
  • Specify age/grade and headcount in your message

Cost: $75

To schedule Caesandra & worms for a lesson and to discuss payment options, please connect with her via cell 716-803-5566 or email caesandra {at} gmail(.)com

Worm-Petting Zoo + Build-A-Bin

Worm Bin By Kafka4Prez

Caesandra will bring her mobile worm-bin w/LIVE worms to a classroom or site.

  • Hands-on instruction with students and teacher to build a worm bin for their classroom.
  • Instruction about worm anatomy, habitat, life cycle, and environmental benefits of worms.
  • Discussion of organic growing methods, decomposers, the nitrogen cycle, worm farming, landfill diversion, and pollution.
  • Students may hold and feed the red wigglers.
  • Coloring/Activity pages and 3-4 additional lessons provided, that teachers can use later.
  • Suitable for groups of students of all ages–Kindergarten through College!!
  • Workshop lasts 60 minutes, maximum group size is 30
  • Specify age/grade and headcount in your message

Cost: $75

To schedule Caesandra & worms for a lesson and to discuss payment options, please connect with her via cell 716-803-5566 or email caesandra {at} gmail(.)com

Worm Petting Zoo Visit

Worms By Ecotonix

Caesandra will bring her mobile worm-bin w/LIVE worms to a classroom or site.

  • Instruction about worm anatomy, habitat, life cycle, and environmental benefits of worms
  • Discussion of organic growing methods, decomposers, the nitrogen cycle, worm farming, landfill diversion, and pollution
  • Students may hold and feed the worms
  • Coloring/Activity pages provided
  • Brief discussion on how to build a bin
  • Suitable for groups of students of all ages–Kindergarten through College!!
  • Workshop lasts 60 minutes, maximum group size is 30
  • Specify age/grade and headcount in your message

Cost: $50

To schedule Caesandra & worms for a lesson and to discuss payment options, please connect with her via cell 716-803-5566 or email caesandra {at} gmail(.)com

Build A Worm Bin at Kevin’s House

Earthworm Anatomy (Portuguese)

Make your own ORGANIC FERTILIZER! Worm castings can be expensive; however, the care and feeding of these super pooping red wigglers is so easy. Let them do all the work for you!

When: Wednesday December 13, 6pm

Where: Kevin’s House
406 Baynes Street, Buffalo NY 14213

Cost: Workshop is free – for $1 you take home a working worm bin

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Build A Worm Bin @UHCoLAB

Worms By Allan Henderson

Make your own ORGANIC FERTILIZER! Worm castings can be expensive; however, the care and feeding of these super pooping red wigglers is so easy. Let them do all the work for you!

When: Thursday February 15, 5:30pm

Where: University Heights CoLAB
5 West Northrup Street, Buffalo NY 14214 [map]

Cost: For $25 you take home a working worm bin

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Build A Worm Bin @The Guild

urban grower

Make your own ORGANIC FERTILIZER! Worm castings can be expensive; however, the care and feeding of these super pooping red wigglers is so easy. Let them do all the work for you!

When: TBD

Where: TBD

Cost: For $25 you take home a working worm bin

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Build A Worm Bin & Tacos!

Consider this a DINNER WORKSHOP.

Together, we will build your worm bin and you can fix yourself a plate of tacos. (Options are turkey or bean medley).

When: Tuesday March 27, 6pm

Where: Caesandra’s house
279 Northampton Street, Buffalo NY 14208 [map]

Cost: $30 for dinner and you take home a working worm bin

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