We host fun, hands-on workshops in our beautiful space in Little Italy at 15 Larch Street! 

These are our January 2023 workshops with links to ticket registrations - 

10 January 2023 (Tuesday) 6:30 – 8:30pm - P3 Permaculture - Build a DIY Terrarium 

17 January 2023 (Tuesday) 6:30 – 8:00pm - P3 Permaculture - Introduction to urban permaculture

18 January 18 (Wednesday) 6:30 – 7:30pm - Vermicomposting 101 workshop

21 January 21 2023 (Saturday) 1:00 – 4:00pm - Build a worm farm workshop

24 January (Tuesday) 6:30 – 8:00pm - P3 Permaculture - DIY water filtration at home

25 January 2023 (Wednesday) 1:00 – 2:00pm - Vermicomposting 101 webinar 

28 January (Saturday) 1:00 - 2:30 pm - Radical Roots - Seed ball workshop

31 January 2023 (Tuesday) 6:30 – 8:00pm - P3 Permaculture - Indoor green wall workshop



We also host affordable corporate workshops for green teams looking for fun team-building activities. Reach out to book yours now. The topics we offer are:

1. Introduction to indoor vermicomposting (digital and in-person)

2. Introduction to backyard composting (in-person @ Little Italy)

3. Composting for community gardens and small farms (in-person @ Little Italy)

4. Build a wooden worm farm (in-person @ Little Italy)

Please reach out to to inquire about a workshop for your organization. We offer subsidized rates for non-profits and indigenous organizations.

Commonly Asked Questions

Does it smell?

A worm farm surprisingly does not smell!

Be sure to follow our instructions included with your parenting guide and join our support channels for troubleshooting!

Where should I put my Box Of Life?

We recommend keeping it indoors in a temperature controlled environment, somewhere easy to access and visible like your kitchen or living.

If you must keep it outdoors, keep in mind that red wiggler worms prefer temperatures between 15-25 C (60-80 F). During freezing cold winters, the worms may die, so it is a good idea to bring them inside. If it is too hot in summer, keep them away from direct sun in a cool, shady space.

How much effort is involved?

Honestly, not much. About 5 minutes a week at most to feed the worms and prepare the bedding.

By diverting food from your trash, you'll notice your garbage doesn't stink anymore which means you can empty it way less often than before.

How can I convince my partner?

The best way to convince your partner to let you keep worms in the house is by promising them that you will take care of them properly, and by following our instructions of course!

Your partner only needs to be mindful of separating food scraps and bedding for the wormies while they are in the kitchen, while you take care of the weekly feeding and maintenance. Treat your wormies like a houseplant!

What can I feed the worm farm?

Ok here's our rule of thumb - if it came from the ground, it can go back into it. This means that you can feed your worms fruits, veggies, paper napkins, cardboard, eggshells, whatever.

A healthy worm farm will recycle your food as well as paper. You are typically going to be feeding an equal amount of food and bedding to your worms.

Just keep in mind that meat and dairy can make your worm bin stinky and attract maggots, so don't add that if you are a new worm parent.

What to do when away on vacation?

If you're going away for two weeks or less, you don't need to do anything. The worms will be fine left alone.

If away for longer, you just need to ensure your worms don't dry out when you're gone. You could ask a friend to water your worm farm and feed them some food every 2 weeks while you are away.

Will my pet damage the worm farm?

So far we have not heard of any complaints from people who have pets and a worm farm. In fact many cat owners report that their furry felines like to sit on top of their boxes.