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Buying a Farm

To say someone had ‘bought the farm’ or ‘bought the plot’ or simply ‘bought it’ has had morbid connotations, for airmen in particular, since World War 1. 309 more words

Colonialist

So I'm Sitting Here, On A Friday

Here I am. At work (ugh). On a Friday (uggh). It’s a little dreary outside (ugggh). I just read a satirical article about Mike Pence’s stare-down of North Korea (huh). 51 more words

Making Your Own Worm Farm

I admit, in most ways, I’m not a fan of worms. When we go fishing I still prefer my son baits my hook. And if I see a worm on the surface of a street I get the shudders. 32 more words

Gardening

Build a Worm Farm!

Happy Spring!  Click on the link below & read my latest article to be published on homestead.org!  Learn how to build your very own worm composting bin.   45 more words

A Venture into Vermiculture - setting up and getting started

Our Venture into Vermiculture, started out very quickly. It was literally, a flirtation with an idea and then, 3 days later our WormFactory 360 was delivered. 773 more words

Homesteading

Turning Rubbish into Soil

During our permaculture design course (with Geoff Lawton) we were taught about using an old bath tub as our worm farm. This appealed to us both, as neither of us related to the black round things I’ve always called worm jails; I’ve met too many people who didn’t take the best care of these and the worms cooked. 337 more words

Joy

In ground worm farm

Morag Gamble shares her knowledge and experience in a really good way. She knows what she is talking about because she lives it. She has a really good Facebook page if you look her up. 270 more words