Worms and Composting with Neighbor Matt Richardson
Saturday June 16th-10 am
Hope Church-10th Street Community Garden
What if I told you there was a way to:
– have a never ending supply of nutrients for your beautiful flowers and production plants
– enrich your soil
– increase flowers, plant size, and yield of vegetables
– significantly reduce kitchen waste in your trash
The answer: worm bins!
Come hear Matt Richardson, our neighbor on 11th street, share about his journey in the world of worms and how they have helped his family eliminate kitchen waste and instead use POW (poop of worms) to fuel their plants around their home. Put all your squirmy misconceptions about these slimy little guys to rest and find out how you two could have all the benefits without the stink and the gross.
**You should come with a small clear bin if available so you can leave with the start to your very own worms compost bucket.