Composting 101 Workshop

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Date & Time
  • Sat, 24 September 2016 | 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Venue
Spice Garden, Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

Description

Learn how to start, amend and apply compost in your very own home and garden.

Composting is a closed-looped ecosystem generated by our daily waste by mimicking nature in her way of reducing and reusing resources. Compost is one of the most green ways of improving the quality of the soil as it avoids wastage by transforming waste from the garden and the kitchen into nutrient-rich humus. When compost is added to the soil, it provides and holds essential nutrients for plant growth, improves soil structure, helps retain water and improve soil aeration, and it attracts beneficial micro-organisms to the soil. This closed-loop cycle provides the plants an abundant and diverse supply of the nutrients they need to grow, thrive and to provide an abundant yield without depleting the soil health.

In this session you will learn

45mins | INDOOR THEORY

  • Working with Nature
  • Understanding Soil
  • What is Composting
  • What to Compost & What Not to Compost

45mins | OUTDOOR PRACTICAL

  • How to compost – Hands-on
  • How to amend composting when it smells

By the end of this workshop:

  • You will learn the basics of composting.
  • Apply knowledge to start, amend and apply compost in your garden by working with nature.
  • Confidence to put wastes to good use by composting them in your compost bin on your own.

About your teacher

Debbie Han

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Debbie is a permaculture consultant and designer, trained by world renowned permaculture consultant, designer and teacher, Geoff Lawton of Permaculture Research Institute of Australia. Debbie is Co-create Nature’s primary educator and consultant, while designing self-sustaining edible gardens, nature playground and therapy garden based on permaculture principles, and teaches those who are keen in working with nature to grow their own food, play in nature and heal with nature. Apart from growing good food at home for her family, she spends her time connecting with Mother Nature to evolve with humility, gratitude, reverence, and investing in one’s knowledge and understanding, along with action and responsibility. Her motto in this lifetime: “I believe in God, only I spell it Nature.”

Organizer

Co-create Nature

Hotel Jen Tanglin Singapore

How to enrol

Ticket at $20.00 per person.

Sign up at: http://composting101.peatix.com/

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