Scraps to Soil Workshop - Cundletown


If you’re a keen gardener, or just want to do the right thing for our environment, the Scraps to Soil workshop will help you get started with composting and worm farming at home.

Not only a means of creating nutrient-rich soil for the garden, composting alleviates the need for chemical fertilisers, reducing our impact on the environment. 

If that’s not enough, it helps with water retention, saving valuable water, and reduces the amount of waste going to landfill. 

Save money and resources by attending one of four workshops, which cover the value of composting, setting up, managing and maintenance of a compost bin or worm farm, ingredients and trouble-shooting.

You’ll walk away with the knowledge, enthusiasm and equipment - either a compost bin and aerator or a worm farm and worms - to create your own fantastic compost at home.

A registration fee of $20 per participant applies. 

To reserve your place visit and select the location that suits you.

This project is a NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded by the waste levy.


  • Saturday, 18 November 2017 | 03:30 PM - 05:30 PM


Cundletown Community Garden, Main Street, CUNDLETOWN 2430  View Map

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