Category Archives: worm composting

How to harvest compost worms

In a previous post, I showed a photo of the worm castings I harvested last Spring from my low tech Rubbermaid bin…a whole bucketful!  Today I harvested again, and here are some gooey wormy pictures to illustrate my old school technique. Step … Continue reading

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The rewards of worm composting

In this blog, I’ve talked before about the rewards of worm composting, but today I thought I’d post a few photos to illustrate my point. This is six months worth of worm castings harvested from my 18 gallon Rubbermaid worm … Continue reading

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Worms on the go…

Yesterday my compost worms were back at school.  Here are some highlights of their visit with the kindergarteners.   Once the story finished, the kids sat down to write a sentence about one thing they learned.  

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The Poop on Worms

Yesterday 31 kindergarteners crowded around my worm bin.  It was hard for them not to push and shove.  The bin is loaded at the moment.  Loaded with worms.  And worm castings, otherwise known as poop. Red wigglers, or compost worms, … Continue reading

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