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Post  has55 on 8/1/2020, 6:00 pm

For those who would like to learn more about worms and soil life information, Heather Rinaldi at Texas Worm Ranch has been doing online classes this summer.You can still see recording of the classes if you miss any, just contact her. She also been through Dr. Elaine Ingham Classes.
Here a list of the classes coming in the future and the past.

Texas Worm Ranch Classes

Online Soil Biology for Vegetable Gardeners (Zoom)

Teacher:  Heather Rinaldi, Texas Worm Ranch.  Heather has over 12 years of professional worm composting experience and is a National Speaker on Vermicomposting, Composting, Regenerative Agriculture, Gardening, Soil Health, and Wellness.
When:  Monday, August 3rd at 10 AM CST

Online Worm Composting Class (Zoom)

When:  Thursday, August 13th at 2 PM



Online Fall Texas Gardening Class (Zoom)

When:  Thursday, July 30th at 10 AM CST





Online Worm Harvesting and Troubleshooting Class (Zoom)

When:  Monday, July 27th at 1PM CST

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Post  has55 on 8/1/2020, 6:44 pm

Heather sent out a recent email that I thought was informative, esp for those who live outside the urban area.

Good Afternoon,
Thank you for registering for our Fall Gardening class.  Whether you were a "live" participant or you are catching up on your own time, I appreciate you for your ambition to grow food!  The questions you asked were great.  

One thing I forgot to mention about pest control:  If you establish the type of living ecosystem that we discussed today, you will start to attract all kinds of pest control critters to that habitat--wasps, assassin bugs, ladybugs, praying mantis, lizards, toads, insect eating birds, etc.  A bare dirt, tilled, and chemical treated space will never have that ecosystem to attract your beneficial helpers.  Now, urban "wildlife" like rats and squirrels need a caged garden to keep out of your space (and from eating every last morsel you grow).  We need to have more tolerance of urban predators (hawks, owls, snakes, bobcats, foxes, coyotes, etc.) to manage those, but prevention like securely caged gardens might have to be a serious consideration.
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Post  has55 on 8/7/2020, 3:53 am

I enjoyed both classes I selected, fall Texas gardening and soil biology for vegetable gardening. They were about 2 hour long, but well worth it. I encourage others to look at them. she has them recorded for later viewing.
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Post  has55 on 8/13/2020, 10:40 am

For those who are worm composting, Heather at Texas worm ranch is doing another class. Here's the info. I enjoyed the two classes I attended. Learned quite a bit of new info.I don't know how to remove the black background when I copy and past it. My Facebook has a dark background and haven't took time to figure out how to change it back to a white background. The link is a live. 'm posting a picture too.


Grow, eat, compost (or worm compost), repeat! If you have dreams of Fall Gardening Success and/or have realized with all this time at home that you are creating a lot of kitchen waste, we have the solution for you! Our "How to Worm Compost" Zoom class is today at 2 (register by Noon CST to get Zoom link to you in time). This Saturday, we have our "Fall Texas Gardening Class" at 10 AM CST. You can register for classes here: http://txwormranch.com/classes/ texas worm ranch classes Texas_10
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