Scraps to Soil is a new home composting & worm farming workshop program that teaches you how to compost in your home and turn your kitchen and garden scraps into amazing food for your garden and soil!
The workshops will cover the basics of getting started with composting and worm farming at home and teach you how to create rich compost to make your garden grow! You will learn about the value of composting, setting up, managing and maintaining your new compost bin or worm farm, ingredients and how to use compost products as well as troubleshooting, so you are ready to create your fantastic compost at home.
Your $20 registration fee includes workshop attendance, and you can choose either one of the two options below so you can get started at home:
Current Scraps to Soil workshops dates and locations (Please register for the site that suits you)
*Please select EITHER a Compost Bin & Aerator OR a Worm Farm & Worms when you register for the workshop. If you register a week before the workshop your equipment will be available on the day; if you register less than a week before there may be a delay.
NOTE: Fees are non-refundable
All products are provided by Tumbleweed and are made from 100% recycled material.
NOTE: The tutorials and information for the Scraps to Soil workshop are at the compost revolution site. Just click on ‘do the tutorial’ to learn how to compost & worm farm If you can’t make it to the workshops you can also access the information for your use.
A handy Scraps to Soil composting and worm farming guide for you can be found here
Each year in NSW we produce approximately 400 kilogrammes of waste per person and two-thirds of this is organic (food scraps, plants and other matter). Food scraps and other organic matter dumped in landfill create methane which is a powerful greenhouse gas. Wasted food also wastes the energy, water, resources, transport and money to produce and transport the food.
What you can do:
- Visit the Love Food Hate Waste website to get some great tips on reducing food waste in your home
- Composting and/or worm farming at home
- Enabling you to create a valuable fertiliser resource (and can help us successfully grow our food) out of something we would otherwise throw away
- Put compostable scraps in your green bin in the following council areas:
- Coffs Harbour
- Port Macquarie