Advanced Household Worm Farming
Alright, so I’m sure everyone has read the worm composting 101 post from last week and is ready to move on to some serious worm farming. Right? If you have been composting with worms for some…
How to Start a Worm Farm for Profit
How to Start a Worm Farm for Profit. Few opportunities arise in life that offer the possibility of teaching, learning, giving back, being environmentally friendly all the while earning an income in the process like worm farming. At one...
Learning About Composting Worms
Vermicomposting or creating a bin for composting worms with your kids is a great way to teach them to be good stewards of their garden & to observe nature.
How To Build A DIY Worm Cast Trommel
I have started to expand on this, making another worm compost sifter from a couple of bicycle wheel rims and some rudimentary carpentry skills. //pagead2.googlesyndication.com/pagead/js/adsbygoogle…
DIY Flow-Through Composter: How to Build a Coffee Can Worm Composter
Make a simple, inexpensive, flow-through, indoor worm composter using coffee cans. My worms made more than enough castings to mix up over 15 gallons of tea!
Worm Hive: A Multi-Layered, Stackable Worm Bin
this looks like the smartest design I've seen in my research. Worm Hive - A Multi-Level, Stackable Worm Composting Bin; I've raised worms before—they are such a boon to a garden: they fertilize and aerate a garden, while helping you put your food scraps to good use! You can tell how healthy your soil is by how many earthworms are in it!
WAY Too Much Fun With Worms!
For those of you who don't know me, my name is Bentley "Compost Guy" Christie and I've been a crazed worm composting fanatic for more than 20 yrs now. I started
Worm Bin Problems for Beginners
Worm bins are a simple way to compost food scraps. Learn about some of the nuances and worm bin problems facing beginners and how to fix them.
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I’m always looking for new ways on the farm to re-use, recycle and repurpose, and there’s nothing I love more than an opportunity to reduce the amount of waste we produce. Our kitchen waste is already pretty minimal, thanks to a combination of cooking our own dog food, and having chickens and rabbits, but I do still occasionally find myself with leftovers. The other thing I really get passionate about, is finding new and inventive ways to do things naturally, like killing weeds with…