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Too good to waste! At this month's dinner meeting, we'll dive into the world of composting and vermicomposting -- the practice of using earthworms to convert organic waste into fertilizer.
Composting food waste generated in the workplace will reduce trash collection costs, enhance your Green Image, and boost morale by doing the right thing to protect the environment.
Join us to learn how composting food waste reduces methane and carbon emissions and groundwater pollution.
Why you should attend:
ABOUT RHONDA Rhonda Sherman has been providing education and technical assistance on vermicomposting and composting at NC State University for 26 years. A leading authority on the subject, she organizes an annual conference on large-scale vermicomposting that draws participants from all over the world. Rhonda gives about 40 presentations annually, has conducted countless training courses and workshops, and has a variety of publications on composting and vermicomposting. Her new book is The Worm Farmer’s Handbook.
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