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Saturday, March 21, 2009

I can not stop thinking about worm composting. I want to buy worms from this guy. He is very enthusiastic about his worms. I've caught a bit of his enthusiasm, I guess.

Small notebook has a great tutorial about how to make your own bin very cheaply here. Basically 2 plastic bins stacked together.



But this lady makes a beautiful worm inn that costs $60. I really want this one.

Am I crazy? Why am I so interested in worm composting? Someday I'm going to get me some worms....


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6 comments:

Flssgrl said...

That last one is so cute....but worms....uh no....I need to find another thing to use it for cause it is CUTE!

Carey-Life in the Carpool Lane said...

I use a composting pail inside but haven't started worm composting. We don't really have a need for the soil but at least with the pail I know I'm doing some good for the environment.

Our city offers a seminar on composting and then gives a deep discount for the bins. Just a thought...

mom said...

Worm composting???? Ughhhhh Are you sure you are my Amy Jo?????

Kristin said...

Love the door photo...but worms?!?! Bleecchhhh.....

Brian Trager said...

Yes hon, you are crazy! :p

Marlene said...

I've never heard of worm composting! I would NOT want that thing hanging in my house. Composting is a good idea. My mom does it. I haven't taken that step because of the time commitment. And I would be all paranoid about my kids playing in a compost bin in the backyard. It's interesting, though.

 

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