Free compost workshop for Tweed residents
As part of Council’s efforts towards eliminating food waste and ensuring it doesn’t go to landfill, a free composting workshop will be held at the Murwillumbah Library on Tuesday 4 October at 10am.
Join North East Waste and Tweed Shire Council for a fun-filled practical morning learning all things compost as part of the Let’s Get Our Scrap Together community education campaign.
Here’s what will be covered at the workshop:
- Composting fundamentals, including how to make your own compost container
- What can be composted and how long it takes to compost
- How to manage weeds and vermin
- Ways to use your home-made compost in the garden.
A compost expert will also offer trouble-shooting advice for those who need more specific support.
One lucky participant will go home with a compost bin and everyone will take home a bag of compost. The workshop and campaign is part of Council’s commitment to work together with the community to reduce our impact on the natural environment.
Tweed Shire residents of all ages are welcome. Bookings are essential and spaces are limited.
If you have any questions, contact Council’s Resource Recovery Education Officer Dominique Pomeroy on 02 6670 2783 or email@example.com