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Learn how to reduce household waste and improve your garden by composting or worm farming.
- Saturday 29 October 2011 10am-12pm – Waverley Community Garden
- Wednesday 9 November 10am-12pm – Paddington Community Garden
Waverley Community Garden
Residents (who live in Waverley, Randwick and Woollahra Council areas) who attend are eligible for a free worm farm or compost bin!
Please call 9369 8045 or email email@example.com
These workshops are run as part of the 3-Council Ecological Footprint Program. Find out more about this program, composting or wormfarming by visiting the website – www.reduceyourfootprint.com.au
Paddington Community Garden
This workshop will give you the skills and confidence to start your own compost and/or worm farm at home to create nutrient rich compost for your garden and pot plants.
You will learn how to set up and operate a compost bin/worm farm, how to troubleshoot problems and the different applications for compost. Best of all, you will learn how you can receive a free compost bin or worm farm to start you composting immediately!
Bookings are essential as places are very limited.
Contact Pamela Mina on 9391 7966 or email
firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your place.
Light lunch will be provided and don’t forget your hat and sunscreen.
Meet at Paddington Community Garden, Trumper Park – Enter via Quarry St Paddington (garden located behind Palms Tennis Centre)
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