Founded in November 2004 by Ken Reid and co-founded by Carmen Nottingham and Don Blacklaw. EIGSA’s aims are to promote interest, knowledge and research on earthworms both in South Africa and worldwide. It is a volunteer organization, and membership is free.
EIGSA – GAUTENG
19th OCTOBER 2013
The Earthworm Interest Group of Southern Africa, Gauteng branch
will be holding their final
workshop for 2013.
GUEST SPEAKERS: Mark Shaw from
EarthLinx will talk about how to convert bokashi
into vermi-compost using earthworms. Gavin
Heron from Earth Probiotic will talk about the
bokashi method of composting.
SUBJECT: Using earthworms and
bokashi composting, it's quick and easy to turn your
waste into rich food for your soil. Join the
Earthworm Interest Group of Southern Africa (EIGSA)
to learn these vital organic recycling methods.
Date and Time:. 08H30 to 12h30 on Saturday,
19th October 2013.
VENUE: Colourful Corner Nursey,
Corner Christian de Wet & Dolfyn Roads, Honeydew.
ENTRY FEE: - Adults: R100 each.
- School children under 12 and senior citizens: R50 each.
- Special rate offered for family groups (2 adults and 2 children):
R200, an extra R50 per additional child.
Morning tea and a light lunch are included. Further refreshments will also be on sale (cold drinks & bottled
On sale will be wormeries, probiotic digesters, worm tea brewers,
various books on to help with earthworm farm, etc.
BOOKINGS AND ENQUIRIES:
Please contact Maria Loudon on 083-309-3204 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org. Pieter
Swanepoel via email at email@example.com to confirm your bookings.
Advance bookings are essential as entrants are limited.