Dr Colin Meurk of Landcare Research talks about Travis Wetland,and enticing birds into home gardens, and Ben Alms, aka Dr Compost, shares the ins and outs of building a worm farm.
Links: Nature Watch NZ, Nature Services, and the Urban Greening Manual.
Ben's worms in the hand
A 3 bay compost system made with reused wooden pallets. Costs a few nails to build.
A couple of NZ grown Hungry bins at the back door.
The Worm Cafe (Australian made)
Worm a round (NZ made)
Hard at work. A tiger worm can eat its body weight daily
This compost pile is sizzling!!
Paradise ducks in Travis Wetlands.
Volunteers in Travis Wetlands.
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