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San Fernando Valley Iris Society
An affiliate of the American Iris Society
Calendar of 2017 Events
Thursday, July 6th, 2017
National Garden Club Gardening Consultant and he is the California Garden Clubs Vermiculture Chairman.
Vermicomposting is the product or process of composting using a mixture of vegetable and yard waste
and earth worms.
Paul has lived in Southern California his entre life and currently resides in Trona, CA. Born June 10th in the
China Lake area Paul graduated from the University of Redlands with a BS in Business Management.
Being a Former Senior Airman for the Hawaiian National Guard and other National Guardsman positions
has prepared him to raise his two daughters Veronica and Zoie.
While worms were once considered a bad thing in the garden, Paul will be giving a PowerPoint
presentation and will demonstrate the many uses vermicomposting has in various garden situations and
useful tips on how to care for your worms, (like never feeding citrus peels to worms). Paul will also teach
us how to make our own worm bins and how to get the worms casting for use in your own garden.
I hope you all come to the July 6th meeting and learn something new as well as show your support for the
Speaker and our Club.
are held on the first Thursday of each month at the Canoga Park Women's Club,
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