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    Which Compost is Best for You

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    Event description

    Amongst the various composting systems in the Enviro House productive garden, participants will be provided with an understanding of how composts work (including worm farms, compost bins, bokashi and hot compost enclosures) their ecosystems and how to look after them to make quality compost and fertiliser naturally. Includes participatory activities with hot compost and worm farms.

    Great door prize to win too!

    This workshop is part of the Enviro House Community Garden Skill Building Program project, under the Community Gardens Grants program. Supported by the Department of Communities.

    Cancellations
    As participant spaces are limited, if you are no longer able to attend please ensure you cancel as soon as possible to enable anyone on the Waiting List to register.

    About the presenter
    Yann Toussaint has over 25 years experience in running bush regeneration nurseries, community gardens and landscaping services. He has taught extensively at UWA and South Regional TAFE in various aspects of sustainability, community development, horticulture and permaculture and regularly delivers gardening, sustainability and nature journaling workshops for adults and children.


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