Sprouting! at University of Toronto - Room 258 in the Wallberg Building
November 27, 2012 from 7pm to 8:30pm
This workshop covers simple sprouting techniques for everyone, all you need is a sink and a window. We will learn how to sprout using the jar method and a simple earth and tray method. These easy to grow superfoods are full of enzymes and other nutrients.Information on sourcing organic seeds, and safe sprouting is included. We can share our ideas about supplies,(diverting form waste stream), and support each other in making space for sprouting in busy lives. Sprouting is a great way to be…See More
I am new to this and have a few questions before the workshop. Do you bring the bin inside in the winter? If so, I am not sure I will be able to bring mine inside, would it be better to hold off on the worms until next year?
Please join us for a worm composter workshop where you will learn and build your own worm composter that you can take home at the end of the course.Beyond buying local food, part of food security and sustainability is to acquire all the required growing materials, including fertilizer, soil and seed, locally. According to sustainabletable.org, as much as forty percent of energy used in the food system goes towards the production of artificial fertilizers and pesticides. And according to the…See More
Time is running out to reverse the devastating effects of climate change. At the same time, our addiction to fossil fuel is becoming increasingly costly to satisfy as supply limitations manifest. We must plan for more sustainable Toronto communities - NOW!Citizens of Toronto can act as a community to reduce our dependence on fossil fuels. More importantly, we can have fun and eat cake doing it.Transition Toronto's Energy Descent Action Theatre is a theatre-based community event where we learn…See More