Stop throwing your food scraps in the trash. Come to learn the how-tos and the benefits of bokashi and vermicomposting. Physical limitations, space limitations, deed restrictions – any number of things may limit a gardener’s ability to compost in bins or piles. However, ANY gardener or homeowner can practice bokashi and vermicomposting.
Bokashi composting uses kitchen scraps of all kinds, including meat and dairy products, mixed with inoculated bran to make compost faster than bin composting. Vermicomposting uses composting worms to recycle kitchen, garden, and specific paper wastes. The worms turn the waste into worm castings that are nutrient rich. There are no refunds on classes.
Date Offered: August 11, 2018 (Saturday)
Times: 9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Cost: $30 (50% for UHD faculty, staff, students, and Alumni)
Instructor: Angela Chandler
Location: University of Houston-Downton (One Main Street). Students will receive an email with classroom and parking information a week before the first day of class
Details and registration visit: https://bit.ly/2JOHkht