Vermiculture Workshop at Farmer’s Market 2/2/13

Transition Litchfield recommends this:

Ever heard of vermicomposting?  It is the process of using worms and micro-organisms to turn kitchen waste into a black, earthy-smelling, nutrient-rich humus.  It’s a great way to compost kitchen waste during the winter, or year-round if you live in an apartment, condo, or town that doesn’t allow outdoor composting.  Master Composter Ellen Eberle will have examples of two different types of worm bins as well as all the information you need to get started.  If there is sufficient interest, Ellen will conduct a workshop at a later date in which participants can create their own vermicomposter.   Vermicomposting demo at the Litchfield Hills Farm-Fresh Market on Saturday, February 2,  10 am – 1 pm.

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