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Posted in Events by EcoCentre on May 15th, 2013
|18 May , 2013|
|11:00 am||to||12:30 pm|
Saturday 18 May, 11am-12.30pm
Want bucket loads of worm castings, like these ones collected from EcoCentre? In this workshop you’ll learn how to set up and maintain a top-performing worm farm.
Everything you ever wanted to know about how to wrangle worms and turn your organic kitchen waste into garden enriching compost.
The workshop will be run by industry professional Richard Thomas. Richard is a highly sought-after expert who not only runs a worm nursery in Melbourne but who also consults in this field in developing countries. This workshop uses active, demonstration wormfarms and covers theory and troubleshooting.
Bookings ESSENTIAL. Cost $15 EcoCentre ‘green’ members/$25 others
9534 0670 / paula
Venue: Port Phillip EcoCentre
Cnr Blessington & Herbert Streets, St Kilda
(in St Kilda Botanic Gardens)
Richard Thomas from Wormlovers.com.au was the second speaker at the Sustainable Cities Round Table on Waste Not Want Not. Worm Lovers is an Australian Vermiculture enterprise founded in 2002 to produce high quality compost worms and worm products, and advocate for the environmental, economic and health benefits of vermiculture production. Wormlovers promotes worm farming and the use of vermi-products at all scales of production to provide cost effective and sustainable solutions to soil health issues, waste disposal challenges, organic food production and sustainable high yield fertiliser needs.
For more information about worm farm and vermiculture visit Wormlovers.