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Urban Worm Bag - Week 2

It’s time to check in on my new Urban Worm Bag.  It’s been really hard to leave it alone but my worms seem to do better when I don’t dig around and disturb them.  22 more words

Garden

Let's Build a Worm Bin!

It’s no secret. I am a little fascinated by worms. Not really all worms though, composting worms.

Eisenia foetida (also known as red wiggler, brandling or manure worm) and  651 more words

The Farm & Garden

Urban Worm Bag - First Feeding

My new Urban Worm Bag is set up and ready to go.  In my last video, I filled it using my Worm Factory 360.  Now it’s time to check in on them and feed them in their new home for the first time.   Enjoy!

Garden

Harvesting Worm Castings - Rescuing Those Worms

An important step in harvesting worm castings is to make sure there aren’t any stray worms hanging out in the compost. Most composting worms are not a good fit for the garden. 45 more words

Garden

Working Worms! Scraps To Crap

You know what I love the most about healthy eating? I can give my scraps to another life source, Red Wiggler Worms. I’ll admit, they’re my pets and they bring me joy by just existing. 253 more words

Bewellplanet

Still Vermi-composting After All These Years: A Tribute to Will Allen

I first learned vermicomposting––the practice of feeding kitchen scraps to worms––from Will Allen of the now-well-known Growing Power in Milwaukee, WI. Back then, I was a third grade teacher in the Milwaukee Public Schools taking a summer  course about science teaching. 760 more words

Starting a Worm Bin

As I started looking into ways to reduce my waste and make use of every thing i possible could, I came across composting.

We don’t have much land here, so I needed something I could easily move around in case it gets in the way. 383 more words

Black Gold