Compost / Worm farm

Worm farm
Worm farm

These workshops provide students with a theoretical and practical understanding of composting and worm farm systems. Workshops can be used during the middle of a unit to help students understand procedures and methods, and to understand changes to materials in the environment over time.

Have you considered establishing your own compost system or worm farm?

Composting and Community Garden expert Alan Shepard can visit your school and work with your students to set up your compost or worm farm system. The session also includes how to maintain a healthy system, and the importance of diverting food from landfill.

More detailed sessions on systems for collecting food scraps, home composting, monitoring, links to school gardens and other environmentally sustainable practices are also available for key environment/ SRC groups and staff.

Please note: KESAB education sessions may be subsidised for sites in Tea Tree Gully, Unley and Port Adelaide Enfield council areas. Please check with a KESAB waste education officer to confirm what subsidies are currently available.

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Session length:

45 minutes

Suitability:

Foundation – Year 7

Cost (excluding GST):

$200 for one session.

Additional sessions on same day are $60 per class.

Max of 5 classes/day = $440.

Session requests:

To request a session, please complete the request form or contact KESAB on 8234 7255.

School session request form