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Red Worm Farm

Do you like worms? A worm farm is a fantastic way to minimize food waste by turning your organic kitchen waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants and soils. Worms eat organic waste and turn it into liquid fertilizer and worm castings, (the organic material that has been digested by the worms). We will provide everything you need to build your own red-worm bin, including worms and after-care instruction. *Morning or afternoon class available, please take note of which one you register for!*

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Build a Worm Farm

Do you like worms? A worm farm is a fantastic way to minimize food waste by turning your organic kitchen waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants and soils. Worms eat organic waste and turn it into liquid fertilizer and worm castings, (the organic material that has been digested by the worms). We will provide everything you need to build your own red-worm farm, plus after care instruction.

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Build a Worm Farm

Do you like worms? A worm farm is a fantastic way to minimize food waste by turning your organic kitchen waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants and soils. Worms eat organic waste and turn it into liquid fertilizer and worm castings, (the organic material that has been digested by the worms). We will provide everything you need to build your own red-worm farm, plus after care instruction.

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Worm Farm in hands

Build a Worm Farm for Earth Day

Do your kids love worms? What about dirt? This might just be the class for them! Join us Saturday, April 22nd at 10am and build a worm farm with us! Worm Farms let kids of all ages enjoy observing worms as they go about their amazing daily business. This is not only a great opportunity to learn more about a worm’s importance in our ecosystem but you will get to take home a window into the wonderful World of Worms, a world that is usually hidden in the secret depths of the underground! Tickets only $10 each, parent supervision required for children under 10.

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