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Garden with Worms with Amy Zink at Wild Willow Farms

July 20, 2013 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Wild Willow Farms
2550 Sunset Avenue
San Diego, CA 92154

From website:

Heathly gardens start with healthy soil, and there is no better ingredient than compost to add to your planting beds, or use as mulch. Compost will increase your soils fertility, add micro- and macronutrients, buffer pH and improve soil structure.
This hands-on workshop will give you the knowledge to start composting in your backyard. The first half will go over the basic’s and the second half we will build your own vermicomposting bin.

Amy Zink is the owner & educator of Green Pea Gardens, an edible garden design, education & solutions company. Amy is also the Garden Coordinator at San Diego Cooperative Charter School where she works educating students how to plant, grow & eat healthy food.

Saturday, July 20, 9am to noon

A potluck day workshop

In The Barn @ Wild Willow Farm

Course Fee: $30 w/RSVP, $35 walkup (cash or check only).

Bring a friend and pay $50 for two (RSVP only)

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