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Vermicomposting and Worm Bin Workshop

November 15, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Vermicompost is a natural soil amendment (worm castings) that is great for your garden. Living worms can be kept in a plastic bin in the kitchen, and will transform newspaper and household food waste into nutrient-rich vermicompost. It’s a great way to recycle household trash into landscaping treasure, with minimal effort!

During this presentation, Betsy Spetich, Recycling and Reuse Specialist for the Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality, will discuss the whys and hows of composting with worms and demonstrate how to build a bin. Reservations are required. Register for the lecture only ($15 members/ $25 non-members) or for the lecture and building your own bin ($30 members/$40 non-members) online at http://www.garvangardens.org/purchase_tickets/default.aspx or call 800-366-4664.

Details

Date: November 15, 2017
Time: 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Venue

Address: 550 Arkridge Rd , Hot Springs National Park, AR 71913 United States
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Phone: 501-262-9300

Organizer

Organizer Name: Arkansas Department of Environmental Quality
Phone: 888-233-0326
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Other

Is this your first time hosting an ARD event? No
How did you find out about ARD? Other
Organization type State Government
Affiliation None of the above
Number of participants (estimate # of participants, volunteers, and staff attending your event) 15
Number of organizations (estimated # of organizations Involved in activities) definition of an organization: non-profit, city/county/state government, schools, churches, civic organizations, businesses, etc. 2
Do you plan on having a media event: Please describe No
Could you build any of your events into one that could be a visible “showcase event” where a National Sponsor would be able to exhibit (e.g. set up a small tent and table), meet your local participants and interact with the media. No

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