Cornell Cooperative Extension has announced a virtual program on Worm Composting, set for Thursday, June 18th at 2 pm.
Bill Richmond, the “chief worm wrangler” at the Adirondack Worm Farm in Kingsbury, Washington County, NY, will explain how special composting worms can be used to compost indoors without odors or pests, and how the castings produced by these worms provide an excellent all-natural fertilizer for gardens. He’ll explain the simple and inexpensive process to set up a worm bin, and how this can be a great science project for both kids and adults. A Warren County 4-H family will also explain their experience with worm composting at home.
This program will be held via Zoom, meeting information and instructions will be available upon registration. This event is free and open to the public.
For more information, email Annie Mills at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Photo of worm compost provided.