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    Master Your Compost: Hot Tips with Simone (Online)

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    Compost! If you've ever watched Gardening Australia then you've heard this endearing exclamation from former-host Peter Cundall. Yes, compost can evoke this much enthusiasm and excitement from gardeners! But what if you're just starting out?

    Compost adds so many nutrients to our soil, but no one wants a stinky bin of rotting food scraps on their kitchen bench, or a dormant pile of leaves filling up their compost bin.

    So come and join Simone to get all the tips to get the most out of composting. Hint: rotting is not the same as compost!

    You'll be shouting COMPOST! enthusiastically in no time.

    What will we cover?

    This online class will provide an overview of composting! 

    • What is compost
    • Why we should compost
    • Carbon and nitrogen components and ratios, and what good compost looks (and smells) like
    • Kitchen and garden composting
    • Foods and materials to avoid
    • Maintenance, pests and bugs
    • How you can use your compost

    You’ll learn some handy tips to get the most out of your kitchen and garden waste.

    Accessibility

    • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
    • Gender Neutral Bathrooms
    • Quiet Spaces
    • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
    • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request 

    Who will be Teaching?

    Simone (she/her) has been around compost since she was a child and her green-thumbed mother is a keen composter (ahead of her time...) She loves to work in and with nature in her garden. She has a range of interests including anthropology, travel, art, gardening and writing.

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    Photo by Lenka Dzurendova on Unsplash

    Any other questions or ways we can assist with accessibility? Just shoot Maddy (she/her) an email at melbourne@lanewaylearning.com.


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