Saturday, March 25, 2023 | 10:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Do you know how many ways there are to compost? Thermophillic, cold, aerated, static, in-vessel, in field, vermicompost, bokashi, etc. There is a method that may be best suited for your circumstances that you haven’t even heard of!
In this class we discuss the various composting techniques and the pros and cons of each of them. We go over the best ways to implement these kinds of composting into your garden or farm and how you can expect them to work for you. This class is focused on introducing you to multiple kinds of composting. Even an experienced composter may learn something new.
Tickets are nonrefundable. This class runs rain or shine.
Instructor bio: Melissa Corichi founded her company, Let it Rot in 2015, while attending the Harriet Wilkes Honors College. Melissa is a certified Safe Compost Operator and trained under one of the leading experts in vermiculture, Rhonda Sherman. In 2018 Melissa received her Permaculture Designer Certification. Featured on WPTV and The Weather Channel Melissa, or The Worm Queen, is considered an expert in her field of vermiculture and waste reduction in application to sustainable farming and gardening.
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