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(that's right, worms)

July 19, 2017, 7 p.m.
Euless City Hall, 201 N. Ector Dr.

[Worm]Vermicomposting is a process that relies on worms and microorganisms to help convert organic materials such as fruit and vegetables to a valuable soil amendment. Worms will eat food scraps, coffee grounds and overripe fruit and convert those items into "black gold." More importantly, anyone can have a worm bin.

Learn about the ins and outs of a worm bin such as bedding, worm care, feeding, harvesting as well as the beneficial uses for this amazing black gold. Afterward, we will build a worm bin on site to take home with you, worms and all!

The cost is $15 and you must have a reservation if you would like to have a worm bin. Please note that if you have not already registered for a worm bin, no more reservations are being taken at this time.  Please call Betsy Deck at 817-685-1821 or email for more information.

About the speaker: Lori De La Cruz, ABC, specializes in sustainability education and project planning and implementation. She is a SWANA-certified Recycling Systems Manager, a Master Composter and Master Composter Trainer. Her specialties include environmental and sustainability education and sustainability issues as they relate to American history.