A general round table discussion on permaculture while learning about the importance of composting and worm farming - how adding carbon to our soils can make a huge contribution to cutting back on food waste, greenhouse gas emissions and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.
Tonight's public meeting is a workshop that demonstrates how simple actions can make a real difference. Join Wendy Harper, to see and learn about how she transforms food waste into BioActive Worm Castings to fertilise your garden. Wendy runs the worm casting business 'King Poo'.
BRING A ONE LITRE CONTAINER TO COLLECT YOUR OWN BLACK GOLD WORM FARMING FERTILISER.
7:15 PM at Nelson Heather Centre, Banksia room, 5 Jacksons Road, North Narrabeen. Entry is by donation, all welcome!!
We also have a swap table for any items from your garden or items to reuse for others. There are organic teas and coffees available, bring a plate of food to share.
general roundtable discussion on permaculture while learning about the importance of c