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Nov 062012
 

wormsJust 2 hours and $15 this Sunday can get you ready for both an enjoyable and useful hobby.

Starting and caring for a worm farm is easy, inexpensive and fun. It is especially beneficial for children.


Worm farming produces your own incredible organic fertiliser and is a very sustainable way to manage most of your kitchen food waste.

You’ll learn all about:

  • The different kinds of worms
  • How to make & maintain a worm farm
  • How to manage kitchen scraps for worm food
  • How to harvest and use worm wee & poo for your garden

Worm Farm Workshop
Sunday 11 November, 9-11am
$15 – includes morning tea
Book now: Mobile  0432 414 266 | Email  dean@greendean.com.au
Please bring a hat.

Worm Farms & compost bins needed!
Do you know someone with an old worm farms or compost bin (of any kind or size) sitting in their garden or shed that they don’t use? Contact via above phone/email and we will put them to very good use!

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