Wednesday, March 25, 2009

Melville Intermediate - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

This is a video created by our two Room Eight Enviro Agents. Each class at Melville Intermediate has two Enviro agents who take charge of recycling and also collecting of material for our worm farm. Arahia and Keegan created this video to talk to you about the process and show you where the food scraps end up. Guest starring a cockroach. Filmed at Melville Intermediate 23/3/09.

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2 comments:

  1. I enjoyed your video. I can tell you enjoy helping collect the food scraps for the worms. The best part of the video was when you showed the yellow bucket and asked the watcher to smell. Even though we don't have smell-o-vision, your description helped me understand how stinky it is. Great job.
    Mr.C

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  2. Excellent video. Why tiger worms, are they more vicious than other worms? My compost bin needs some more worms. Would you recommend tiger worms and where could I buy them from?

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