Composting with Worms – Beginning Your Vermiculture Adventure
Interested in learning how easy it is to turn your food scraps into compost? Vermiculture is a process of composting which holds a particular appeal to homeowners and apartment dwellers alike since you can utilize worms, in a bin, to compost food waste year-round. The worms do all the work! You’ll leave this class with specific instructions on what you need to get started with this efficient method of composting and some worms to get started with.
Plus, one lucky attendee will receive a four-bin worm composting setup we will raffle off!
Class size is limited and will be held outside the co-op on the east deck. Social distancing and masks are required.
Instructor Steve Libbey, Composting Educator
Date and Time
Saturday, May 22, 9am-10am
Outdoors, Social Distance
RSVPs required for all classes! Class sizes are limited, RSVP to guarantee your seat!
If you cannot RSVP online, call the store and talk to a Marketing Staff member.
Classes are held in our teaching kitchen unless noted otherwise.
A HUGE thank you to Cook’s Emporium for supplying the Co-op Classroom with a variety of useful cooking equipment. Come to a class to see the equipment in action! Make sure to stop by this locally-owned business for your kitchen gear needs!
Fees are transferable but not refundable unless the Co-op cancels the class due to weather, instructor illness, low attendance or other unforeseen circumstance.
The views presented in classes are not necessarily the views of the Co-op. Please consult with your health care provider before starting any new health regimen.