Worm Bin


Date Completed: March 22, 2011

This is my new worm composting bin. It is used to turn food scraps into nutrient-rich soil for gardening.

Today is day one. This is a plastic bin with peat moss, compost, newspaper, water, and 1lb of redworms.

The worms can be purchased locally from www.northwestredworms.com
It is a local business here in Vancouver and operated by the father of one of my former soldiers.


About SustainableCraig

I am a military veteran, urban farmer, and financial coach whose goal is to spread knowledge of financial literacy and sustainability throughout the Pacific Northwest. I enjoy spending time outdoors where I frequently test my wilderness survival skills.
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