- March 3 Sun: Winter Farming Conference Bristol, RI
- March 24 Sun: All About Vermiculture North Kingstown, RI
A full day of workshops in sustainable and organic farm, garden and livestock. NOFA/RI's largest educational event of the year brings in nationally recognized speakers as well as influential speakers from across Rhode Island. Keynote address by Jack Algiere of Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture, as well as workshops in no-till methods by Bryan O'Hara and many more! Potluck lunch, live music, and opportunities to connect with your Rhode Island Organic food and farming community.
Cost: $25-$65. Scholarships available at email@example.com.
Register at www.nofari.com
Hosted by Northeast Organic Farming Association of RI at the Audubon Center: 1401 Hope Street, Bristol, RI.
Contact Jason Valcourt at (401) 569-8341 or by e-mail for more information.
Join us as we learn all about the red wiggler worms of Charlestown. Vermiculture is the process of using worms to decompose organic food waste which is then converted into a nutrient-rich material. The nutrient-rich material is then capable of supplying necessary nutrients to help sustain plant growth. This method is simple, effective, convenient, and noiseless. It saves water, energy, landfills, and helps rebuild the soil.
The Worm Ladies of Charlestown is run by passionate individuals who believe soil health is truly important.
Please register for this Free Event.
Hosted by Northeast Organic Farming Assoc. Of Rhode Island at the The Worm Farm: 251 Exeter Rd, North Kingstown, RI.
Contact Kate Goodson at (401) 527-3420 or by e-mail for more information.