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Sunday, November 29, 2009

Composting With A Worm Bin

This is a fascinating workshop, suitable for all ages, for anyone interested in composting. It is limited to the first 30 paid registrations (two or more people can register together and will create one worm bin). Vermiculture Workshop - COMPOSTING WITH A WORM BIN Worms eat your kitchen scraps, converting your organic waste into compost. Participants receive a plastic worm bin, half pound of red wriggler worms - a complete environment to create a nutrient-rich, organic fertilizer and soil conditioner. When? Sunday, December 6, 2009 1PM - 4PM Where? Temple Emanuel 201 Oakwood Drive, Winston-Salem, NC Pre-Registration & Payment Required! $32 due by November 30. For worm bedding, please bring either a paper bag full of newspaper (no glossy ads) or a 30 gallon bag of shredded newspaper/office paper to the workshop. Brian Rosa, NC Dept of Environment & Natural Resource’s Environmental Specialist/Organics Recycling Coordinator will dig in to the basics of backyard composting. Experience the process first hand and go home with hard working worms ready to produce for you. Sponsored by TEEM – Temple Emanuel’s Environmental Movement. For information and registration, call Gayle at 336-766-2767.

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