Partner Event: Wild About Worms Composting Workshop
- Cafritz Environmental Center 2201 Bryan Point Road Accokeek, MD, 20607 United States (map)
What makes for a good compost bin and what should you put into it? Join the Alice Ferguson Foundation to learn how our wiggly worm friends help break down food for a sustainable alternative to throwing away waste.
This hands-on learning experience includes getting your hands dirty, a wagon ride through the Cafritz Environmental Center's historic farm, and a composting starter kit to begin your own compost at home.
This event costs $8 for members and $10 for non-members.
For more information and the RSVP, visit the event page >
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