University of Maryland Extension

Make your Own Worm Composter

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Monday, Oct. 21, 2019 - 10:30am to 11:30am
Queen Anne's County Public Library-Centreville
University of Maryland Extension-Queen Anne's County
121 S. Commerce Street
Centreville, MD 21617
United States
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Rachel Rhodes

Vermicomposting (from the Latin word vermis meaning worm) is an efficient and enjoyable method for turning kitchen food scraps into a rich compost. Composting with redworms is becoming popular because it is easy and inexpensive to get started, can be done indoors in a small place and is odorless.

In this class, participants will learn about worm composting and will take home a worm compost bin. Registration is limited to 6 participants.

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