2020 Festival Event:

We Eat Trash: The Science Behind Worm Composting

What happens to that moldy package of strawberries you throw away once they're in your trash can? What about your vegetable scraps from cooking? They eventually break down or decompose. Worms love to eat food like this! Join UGA Extension as we learn about using our household food waste to feed worms that can turn our trash into rich compost for our gardens. You will take home your own worm bin to turn your trash into something useful.

Please note that this event has been moved to the South Clayton Recreation Center.

Presented by UGA Extension Clayton County, Clayton County Government

Topics: Nature & Environment Life Sciences
Audience: Adults Families

Where

Art Room at South Clayton Recreation Center

1837 McDonough Road

Hampton, 30228

When

Saturday, March 14th, 2020

10:00 am – 11:30 am

Admissions

Price: $10

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