Organic Worm Composting
Monique Bosch from Wiggle Room Organic Worm Composting will describe how worm composing can help you grow the healthiest plants this season. She’ll explore ‘living soil’, what it looks like, how to make it, and how to harness its goodness. A step-by-step instruction will be given for those interested in starting this most effective method of composting.
Monique Bosch is trained in landscape design, horticulture and soil biology. She is a community leader, teaching about healthy soil and healthy food. Monique has worked with volunteers to build over 40 edible school and community gardens and farms in Connecticut and Rhode Island. Current projects include creating an edible campus at a local community college and working with teens to build a regenerative community farm.
The Beechwood Lecture Series is a joint effort of the URI Master Gardeners Program and the RI Wild Plant Society. Master Gardeners receive education credits for attending. The lectures are offered to the public free of charge.
Location: Beechwood Center, 44 Beach Street; North Kingstown, RI 02852
Our upcoming 2020 Lectures
5/20/20 Ecosystem Gardening with Native Plants: Karen Asher, RI Wild Plan Society
7/15/20 Capturing the Native Garden in Art: Frances Topping, Artist and Illustrator
9/16/20 Narragansett Food Sovereignty Initiative & Sustainable Agriculture: Cassius & Dawn Spears
11/18/20 Detecting & Treating Plant Pathogens: Heather Faubert, University of Rhode Island