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Set up and Maintain a Worm Farm

A worm farm can be one of the best ways to dispose of food scraps and at the same time produce vermi-juice (worm tea) and vermicast (worm castings) for use on the garden.

Learn how to set up a worm farm and the easiest methods to manage and care for these most hard-working of creatures.

Discounted worm farms will be available for sale on the day.

This workshop will cover both the theory and practice of worm farming in a household setting. It will be useful for those wishing to recycle household food waste in order to produce worm products for use in the improvement of soil in gardens and pot plants.

Our tutors are keen worm farmers and teach soil improvement classes to pre-schoolers, school students and community members at Edendale and around the Nillumbik shire.

Please wear a hat and sunscreen as well as outdoor footwear.

This is an adult-focused learning experience and not suited to young children.

A worm farm is one of the best ways to dispose of food scraps and produce vermi-juice (worm tea) and vermicast (worm castings) for use on the garden.

Learn how to set up a worm farm and the easiest methods to manage and care for these most hard-working of creatures.

This one hour  workshop will cover both the theory and practice of worm farming in a household setting. It will be useful for those wishing to recycle household food waste in order to produce worm products for use in the improvement of soil in gardens and pot plants.

Our tutors are keen worm farmers and teach soil improvement classes to pre-schoolers, school students and community members at Edendale and around the Nillumbik shire.

  • This workshop is held indoors, if the weather is fine you will venture out to view the worm farms on site. So please wear a hat and sunscreen as well as outdoor footwear.
  • This is an adult-focused learning experience and not suited to young children.
  • Discounted worm farms will be available for sale on the day.

 

Between Saturday 1 February 2020 3:00 PM and Saturday 21 March 2020 3:00 PM

Venue

Edendale Community Environment Farm
30 Gastons Rd
Eltham, Vic 3095

Contact Details:

Edendale P 9433 3711 E Edendale@nillumbik.vic.gov.au

Sessions

Sessions Description Status
Saturday 1 February 2020 3:00 PM Sold Out
Saturday 21 March 2020 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM 11 Available
Saturday 1 February 2020 3:00 PM
Sold Out
Saturday 21 March 2020 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM
11 Available