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Worm Composting class in York on March 1

Permaculture trainer Mary Gilbertson will be leading a Worm Composting/Vermiculture class at York High School next Tuesday, March 1, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm.

From the York Adult Ed listing:


Keeping worms is a great way to turn those kitchen scraps into “organic gold” and keep them out of the waste stream – especially useful when you want to keep composting, but don’t want to trek outside to that compost bin in the middle of winter! Worm bins are great for kids as well – a great way to learn about composting, reducing waste and more. In addition to a hands on how to, Mary will show you how to build a worm bin for less than $15. Other topics will include feeding and monitoring your bin; troubleshooting and harvesting worm compost as a soil amendment.

The fee for the class is $15. You can call 207-363-7922 or just sign up online at http://york.maineadulted.org/courses/course/worm_compostingvermiculture.

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