Compost Made Easy 24/11/18
Composting: why should we be doing it? What can be composted? What’s the best method in an urban environment?
This workshop will consider why composting is a key practice in reducing waste and why it’s so important for the health of our soils. There’ll be a look at composting science and good practice for producing the best quality compost quickly and efficiently.
The workshop introduces and compares different composting systems, from wormeries to hotboxes, and looks at composting solutions suitable for even the smallest urban garden or shared back green. “By valuing and making use of all the resources that are available to us, nothing goes to waste.”
Tiger worms for your home compost!
Partner Course Provider
James Chapman, Nonstuff Industries
Gillian Rodger, email@example.com
About the teacher
James Chapman is a keen promoter of living and working towards a sustainable and regenerative future. He is the founder of NonStuff Industries and is one of Scotland’s busiest permaculture teachers. He’s lived in a self-sufficient community, managed woodlands, built sustainable timber frame structures, and currently manages a community wood recycling project in Edinburgh. As a permaculture consultant, he’s worked on project designs ranging from complex community businesses to the composting system at Leith Community Croft.
£15 per person – To receive a concessionary rate please use 20conc upon checkout.
A concessionary rate is available for the following:
- LCCiP Croft members
- Full time students
- Anyone in receipt of the following
- disability allowance
- Carer’s allowance
- Job seekers allowance.
To qualify for a concessionary fee you must be eligible at the time of the course and will be required to provide satisfactory evidence of such.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 2 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 2
- Assessments Yes