Learn how to turn your kitchen and garden waste into black gold!
Join Christy Wilhelmi for a 2-hour hands-on workshop and learn to create nutrient-rich compost for your garden. This workshop will walk you through the process of:
- Finding the perfect compost bin for you (including options for small spaces)
- Choosing what to put in your compost pile
- Selecting the best location for your bin
- Learning how to turn, aerate and harvest your compost
- Utilizing your compost in the garden
- Solving compost problems
We will also be discussing Vermiculture (worm composting). Bring your questions and curiosity, and we’ll turn them into food for your garden!
Sign Up Today:
Saturday, August 17, 2019 9-11 a.m.
Registration is now open!
Spend 2 hours learning the basics of backyard composting and Vermiculture. You’ll come away from this workshop feeling confident and prepared to compost your own kitchen scraps and garden waste.
Here’s what gardeners have said about other Gardenerd classes:
“I learned things I didn’t know even though I’ve been gardening for a while.” – AL, Los Angeles, CA
“I very much enjoyed [the Fall Garden Planning Workshop]. It was informative and fun. I will definitely sign up for more classes in the future.” – JE, Los Angeles, CA
“Christy is awesome at offering tips and answering all of our questions…The best part is, of course, getting your hands dirty.” – MM, Los Angeles, CA
“Our meeting was totally worth it, as I now feel like I have some direction! – LR, Los Angeles, CA
Class will be held in Mar Vista, near the cross streets of Palms and Centinela (exact address to follow after registration.) All classes include hands-on training tailored to your needs. Class format will include lecture, answering your questions, and of course – digging in the dirt. You will take away a wealth of information that will leave you ready to get composting right away. Wear clothing that you don’t mind getting dirty.
But wait – there’s more! Each class will include a drawing for some great Gardenerd gear. You could win one of the items from the Gardenerd Collection at Gardenerd.com
Sign up now – space is limited! If you have any questions, contact email@example.com.
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