As part of National Science Week, Strathdon House and Orchard Precinct in collaboration with the Waste Reduction and Recycling Team are offering a free composting workshop.
Learn the art and science of how to team with worms and microbes to turn kitchen and garden waste into rich organic topsoil — the cornerstone of organic gardening.
You just can't buy compost as good as you can make yourself. But sometimes it goes wrong. And by 'wrong' we mean stinky and slimy. A little bit of knowledge goes a long way to getting it right though. And by right we mean that crumbly chocolatey-coloured elixir of garden health.
Join Adam Grubb from Very Edible Gardens for an informative workshop – including which compost system is right for you, and how to problem solve and manage your system to create wonderful sweet-smelling soil-building compost and garden abundance.
Parking is available on Springvale Rd next to the Police Station or at the back of the facility on Davy Lane.