‘Urine My Garden’ Workshop
When: Sunday, July 11th at 3pm (Raindate July 25th)
Where: Comfrey Commons, 1917 E. Mountain Rd. Guilford, VT
Suggested Donation: $5 – $20
Urine is a sustainable, local alternative to commonly-used synthetic fertilizers. The urine one person produces annually contains enough fertilizer to grow nearly a whole year’s supply of food! At this workshop, led by the Rich Earth Institute, we’ll learn how fertilizing with urine can promote healthy gardens and watersheds. With this DIY eco-gardening practice, you can reclaim the nutrients from your body to grow a bounty! At the event, Rich Earth will also provide home use guides and introduce a community science program for peecycling gardeners.
The Rich Earth Institute, located in Brattleboro, engages in research, education and technological innovation to advance the use of human waste as a resource. Find out more about them here: http://richearthinstitute.org/
This event is organized by the Neighborhood Roots Food Collective. Donations are welcome to support our work. To find out more, visit https://neighborhoodroots.org/