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Warm dry homes and worm farms public workshops

Warm dry homes and worm farms public workshops

Sustainability Trust has several workshops coming up in the next few weeks.

Thursday, 10 July- Warm Dry Homes Public Workshop @ Tawa Library; 6:00-7:00pm with Janet Young

You can be warm and cosy at home this winter, and we’ll show you how. Our experts will guide you through practical solutions for common housing problems like condensation, mould, insulation, draughts and large heating bills. We’ll help you find easy, low cost ways to solve many of these issues, and give you up-to-date information on the best services and resources available in your area.

Thursday, 17 July- Mini Worm Farm Public Workshop @ Karori Library; 6:30-7:30pm with Janet Young

Worms are a cheap, no fuss way to deal with food waste while producing high quality fertilizer for your vege patch or flower garden. In this seminar, you’ll learn how to maintain a happy, healthy worm farm. The science to worm farming isn’t complicated, but we will make sure you get all the tips and tricks you need to get the most from your invertebrate friends.

Thursday, 24 July- Warm Dry Homes Public Workshop @ Karori Library; 6:30-7:30pm with Janet Young

You can be warm and cosy at home this winter, and we’ll show you how. Our experts will guide you through practical solutions for common housing problems like condensation, mould, insulation, draughts and large heating bills. We’ll help you find easy, low cost ways to solve many of these issues, and give you up-to-date information on the best services and resources available in your area.

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