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Earth Master & Yard Butler

The EARTH MASTER got a butler.

Initially I didn’t want a regular compost heap because you have to mix the compost every now and then to get air in there in order to speed up the composting process. 128 more words

Minus The Plastic

A Glimpse into the Worm Bin

Vermi-composting is a process by which worms make high quality fertilizer for the garden.  I have a large outdoor worm bin as well  a smaller bin that stays in the house during the winter and on my deck the rest of the year.  167 more words


Outdoor Vermicomposting in the Hot Summer

When the weather was turning colder, I wrote about how to keep your worm friends warm through the winter. Now that the heat of the summer is here, it’s time to tackle the opposite issue. 758 more words


How to Start a Worm Bin

WE GOT WORMS!! I’m so excited I want to run around our neighborhood and spread the good word. Maybe I’m a freak… but the little buggers are so damn cute… 650 more words


Serious competition

Sorry, my worm friends but you’re simply too slow. You’re not even making it through a cup of shredded veggies in a week, or two weeks. 256 more words


Let's Do This!

I don’t normally do two posts in a day, but I am so excited!

Let’s start at the beginning.

I was reading a blog about gardening.  315 more words


Vermicasting: A Wormy Situation

Recently, I’ve been disgusted at the amount of food scraps that end up in my trash. Since I try to cook almost every night, the remainder of my scraps that don’t end up in my dishes, end up in the trash. 645 more words


Waste-Free PhD reblogged this on Waste-Free PhD @ Mixed Media Musings and commented:

This must be the week for vermicasting/wormcycling! Check out this other blog I found-- it looks like they are using something that might be easy enough to make at home!