When: November 21st, 2019
10 am -12 pm
Where: Black Diamond Vermicompost Facility, 5325 Broken Spur Place, Paso Robles
What we will be covering:
The Upper Salinas-Las Tablas Resource Conservation District has received a grant from the California Department of Food and Agriculture to fund a 3-year study into the effects of vermicompost application on vineyards with respect to greenhouse gas sequestration and overall soil health characteristics. This project is in collaboration with Mesa Vineyard Management, Castoro Cellars, Cal Poly, and Black Diamond Vermicompost . This workshop will demonstrate the process of vermicompost production on site at the Black Diamond Vermicompost Facility.
Cristy Christie, Owner of Black Diamond Vermicompost
Andrew Johnson, Program Manager for the US-LT RCD
Cal Poly Soil Science Representative
This workshop is free to attend, however we do ask that you register in advance.