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Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Worms in my kitchen!?!?!
Composting when you don't have a backyard


Ordinarily it would be pretty hard to convince your parents to allow you to keep worms in your kitchen, but Vermicomposting is a great way to make compost that the whole family can get excited about. Worms make compost by eating then casting (what you and I refer to as pooping) organic matter that is very high in nutrients and free of bacteria. If you are lacking in outdoor space or just like playing with worms, this effective way of composting is a great alternative. To learn more about composting with worms, get a book from your library or search online for how–to's, such as this kitchen-composting guide.

1 comment:

Karen @ Wiggly Wigglers said...

Always good to promote composting with worms as they are such valient workers.