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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Composter and worm farmer workshops a community success

The community made good use of the Council run workshops held this month where attendees learnt how to use a hot composting machine and make friends with worms In all eight hands-on worm farm and composting workshops will be held at Moruya Waste Transfer Station, Yarragee Road.

Eurobodalla Council’s waste services manager Nathan Ladmore said the workshops give practical tips on how to start or improve your compost or worm farm at home with experts on hand to show how to get started, the benefits, and what to can look forward to with composting or worm farming.

Council hosts free workshops twice a year to inspire and encourage residents to keep their organic waste out of landfill. The next will be in November. In the meantime the community is encouraged to visit the Council's worm faming web page: https://www.esc.nsw.gov.au/residents/gardens/home-composting-and-worm-farming

“It’s a win for the environment and a win for yourself as you end up with a great natural soil product for your garden,” Mr Ladmore said.

Those attending the workshops also obtained a free compost bin and kitchen bench top caddy to put what they learned straight into practise.

Contact the waste services team to register your interest in the next workshop. Call 4474 1024 or email council@esc.nsw.gov.au



Above: Council’s worm farm and composting workshops get you started with everything you need.

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