About the Course
Our wiggly worm friends are some of the best composters on the planet…helping create soil and fertilizer to help your garden or hydroponics grow! Through this DIY vermipost bin class, your Oligochaetologists will learn, create and play as they become worm wranglers and sustainability stewards!
Explore the wiggly world of worms as they lead humans to create healthy alternatives to fertilizers, pesticides and more!
Build your own worm farm to start composting food scraps
Learn about the food web and importance of decomposers to sustainability
Learn wiggly worm anatomy, safe handling, and lifecycle Learn
Virtual or Live
Gold Coast, FL, USA
Virtual | Schools | Scouts | Home School | Private Groups | Corporate Teams | Birthday Parties
This program can accommodate grades 2-adult and can be tailored to your curriculum needs.
Contact us to join our virtual class series.
During this experiential program, your Oligochaetologist will learn all about vermiposting utilizing hands-on activities to build critical skills including:
• Explore biology concepts of nature’s greatest decomposers
• Learning about the food-web and the continuous cycle of growth
• The sustainability cycle and how worms, people and fish all live in harmony
Students learn about the importance of growing and composting our own food and how humans have a symbiosis with our wormy friends!
During the in-school program, you will learn about composting using worms during a 50-minute hands-on lesson where they either create their own worm farm or create a garden starter using repurposed newspaper to plant a seed or seedling in homemade compost to take home. During the virtual hands-on experience, students will join a 50-minute on-line class through Ring Central or Zoom or other virtual meeting application and work to create a working “worm farm” in real time, guided each step of the way by Youth Environmental Alliance ecology and gardening experts. Students will prepare for each class in advance by collecting readily available materials and household recyclables.