Compost
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There's something pretty special about making your own compost. It connects us to a circularilty and renewal that is so typical of all natural processes, where the output of one thing becomes the input of another.
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By collecting all the inedible but organic (once living) things that enter our property and circulate within it, we build soil nutrition and carbon storage on site. Everything that was once alive can be composted, and will do so without any input from us, but there are ways we can make the process more efficient in time, nutrition, and space.
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Sam is presenting a FREE Hot and Cold Composting workshop at Aldinga Library on Saturday July 31 at 11:30am - bookings in our bio linktree
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He'll cover the setup and process for both these methods; from daily composting of your household organics to managing bulk amounts and the difficult-to-compost materials like meat and dairy. You’ll leave with an understanding of how to make beautiful homemade compost for your own garden
Compost • There's something pretty special about making your own compost. It connects us to a circularilty and renewal that is so typical of all natural processes, where the output of one thing becomes the input of another. • By collecting all the inedible but organic (once living) things that enter our property and circulate within it, we build soil nutrition and carbon storage on site. Everything that was once alive can be composted, and will do so without any input from us, but there are ways we can make the process more efficient in time, nutrition, and space. • Sam is presenting a FREE Hot and Cold Composting workshop at Aldinga Library on Saturday July 31 at 11:30am - bookings in our bio linktree • He'll cover the setup and process for both these methods; from daily composting of your household organics to managing bulk amounts and the difficult-to-compost materials like meat and dairy. You’ll leave with an understanding of how to make beautiful homemade compost for your own garden
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