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Worm farm presentation

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Worm farm presentation

Time: March 18, 2017 from 10am to 10:45am
Location: Karawatha Forest Park and Discovery Centre
Street: 149 Acacia Rd
City/Town: Karawatha
Website or Map:…
Phone: 3178 0330 or email
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: BCC
Latest Activity: Dec 27, 2016

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Event Description

Date & Time

Saturday, 18th March | 10:00am - 10:45am




Not required - for more information contact the Karawatha Forest Discovery Centre on 07 3178 0330 or email


Karawatha Forest Park and Discovery Centre

Venue Address

Karawatha Forest Park and Discovery Centre, 149 Acacia Road, Karawatha

Meeting point

At the Discovery Centre


Please bring your hat, sun protection and drinking water.

Event description

This free drop in presentation will tell you about how worm tea can be used on your garden as fertiliser, how to use the finished compost / castings and how you can make your own worm farm at home with the family to get started being more green!

Worm farming is an easy way to compost your kitchen waste and they are great for unit dwellers, singles or for small families. A worm farm can be kept in any sized backyard, or even on a tiled balcony.

If there is enough, you’ll also get to take away a bottle of worm tea to use on your garden at home.

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Welcome to Brisbane Local Food (BLF)!

This site was created by Scarlett Patrick, to build capacity in the Brisbane  community for growing, buying, and living sustainably. Six years on, BLF is an important hub to promote, discuss, share and learn about local food growing, production, gardens, services and activities happening in our part of the world.

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BLF is motivated by passion, not profit. We thank all volunteers and members who make this an active and inspiring space to be, as well as those individuals, organisations and groups working to make the future greener.


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Why local?
To reduce food miles, increase food freshness & security, improve social outcomes and reduce the unused outputs of our living environments - like stormwater and green waste.

Brisbane is a sub-tropical city in Queensland, Australia.

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