“Composting not only saves landfill space, but also serves as a great growth stimulant for your garden,” said class instructor Wilma Nakamura. “It’s not a fertilizer, but it balances what’s in your soil. Depleted soil needs to be replenished, and you have all the ingredients in what you throw away every week in the garbage!”
Worms can also eat your food waste and junk mail and create the best soil amendment you can find. Worms will be in attendance at this workshop and the virtues of vermicomposting will be addressed.
Calling Nakamura at 573-3911 to register. The class fee is $10.