Expanding Your Compost: How to Make Your Own Compost Tea – Tiny Diner

The Tiny Diner hosts various events, workshops and classes at our restaurant. These classes seek to introduce and extend our understanding about food, water, energy, health, and permaculture design techniques for our homes, businesses, and communities. Some of the topics include storm water management, rain gardening, straw bale gardening, basic botany, composting and vermiculture, beekeeping, mushroom production, and more. The classes will be free or low-cost. Please stay connected to our class calendar and make sure to sign-up for them as they become available.

Location: All events and classes will be held at Tiny Diner restaurant (1024 E. 38th Street, S. Minneapolis) unless noted otherwise.

Some classes may require an RSVP and will state if you need to sign-up. If you don't RSVP, the class may be cancelled. Write to andrea.e@tinydiner.com, with the class title in the subject heading.

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Expanding Your Compost: How to Make Your Own Compost Tea

October 13 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Never have enough compost? This class will teach you how to make a small amount of good compost go a lot further. You’ll also learn about the impressive benefits of compost tea and how to brew your own! Class costs $15 and includes a small bag of high quality compost that each attendee can take home with them to to make their own compost extract.

Please email andrea.e@tinydiner.com for scholarship information or to RSVP.

Instructor Information: Kassie Brown is the founder of Renaissance Soil, a Saint Paul-based nonprofit dedicated to promoting soil regeneration through education, outreach, and action opportunities. A graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Kassie has always been passionate about reconnecting people, food, and nature. After studying the soil food web in courses taught by leading soil microbiologist Dr. Elaine Ingham, Kassie decided to make the amazing complexity of life below ground her primary focus. Renaissance Soil analyzes the biology in soils and compost through direct microscopy and advocates for management practices that support these diverse ecosystems.  By engaging and inspiring people, Renaissance Soil aims to advance soil regeneration as a key tool in our work to address climate change, environmental pollution, biodiversity loss, and diet-related disease.

Details

Date:
October 13
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Venue

Tiny Diner
1024 E. 38th Street
Minneapolis, MN United States
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