Time: October 14, 2017 from 10am to 12:30pm
Location: Eco Centre, Griffith University, Nathan Campus
Street: W Creek Rd
City/Town: Nathan, Brisbane
Website or Map: http://dominic.jarvis@griffit…
Event Type: free, green, workshop, permaculture, gardening
Organized By: Hosted by Griffith University EcoCentre
Latest Activity: Oct 1, 2017
14 October at 10:00–12:30 UTC+10
Eco Centre, Griffith University, Nathan Campus
W Creek Rd
Free event! RSVP ESSENTIAL- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP (above and beyond responding to this FB event page). Refreshments provided. Free parking on weekends at Nathan campus.
Ever wanted to learn how to create your own best-practice compost or worm farm? Here's your chance. The Griffith EcoCentre has teamed up with Brisbane City Council to show you how to start your own worm farm or compost heap, or if you've already started, to answer any burning questions you might have. Join Waste Educator, Jean Delzoppo, to learn how best to break down your organic household waste, reduce landfill, help minimise greenhouse gas emissions and invest rich nutrients back into your garden and produce.
Jean Delzoppo is a Brisbane City Council Waste Education Officer with over 8 years’ experience working in environmental education and community engagement. In her current role she develops and delivers waste education programs, assists schools and other organisations to set up waste management systems, organises events and runs regular compost and worm farming workshops. She is passionate about conserving and recovering our resources and is happy to ’talk rubbish’ at any time.
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