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Feed Your Soil. Fuel Your Family. Fight Climate Change.

  • April 19, 2021
  • 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Virtual
  • 42

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  • Non-society members welcome

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Feed Your Soil. Fuel Your Family. Fight Climate Change.

A presentation about the benefits of Worm Compost by Jocelyn Molyneux


Wastenot Farms process

It's all about the microbes! Learn why worm compost is a healthy alternative to chemical fertilizers and how regenerative growing with microbe-rich worm castings feeds your soil, so you can fuel your family - and help fight climate change.


Jocelyn Molyneux, founder of Wastenot Farms Inc., is passionate about finding and implementing solutions to the planet's most pressing environmental issues. With a master's degree in applied environmental science and management; and more than a decade of experience in waste management, sustainability and regenerative growing, Jocelyn has developed and produces a healthy alternative to chemical fertilizers - Jocelyn's Soil Booster Worm Manure!  She is reachable online at www.wastenotfarms.com and www.soilbooster.ca.


Webinar attendees will be entered into a giveaway for one 800g bag of Jocelyn's Soil Booster Worm Manure ($24.99 value), which will be shipped directly to the lucky participant following the presentation.


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Members: Instructions for participation in this virtual event will be emailed to members several times prior to the event. Participation instructions are also available to members who login to our site and check the "members-only" version of the event. Note that members need to Register to be included in the draw for the event giveaway.


Visitors: Guests are encouraged and welcome to participate in this virtual event at no charge. Instructions for participation will be emailed to non-society members who Register prior to the event start time.

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