Build a Worm Bin You Can Be Proud Of

July 31, 2009 at 11:36 pm Leave a comment

Sunny gives a quick report on what FoodCycles city farm learning centre is up to. This includes the building of the worm bins, the salad-herb-sprout growing tables and the raised beds. A special thanks goes to the sensational work of the volunteers including Joe Nigrini (the carpenter maestro), Cliff Changoor, Aaron, Steve, Jacqueline Ronson, Karen Hoyle and Tim Sullivan. See the second part of the report at http://bit.ly/qWpmC. For more on the original building event posting see http://bit.ly/kLrw. [FoodCycles Report Jul 31 2009 Part A]

See the video at FoodCycles.org!

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