Worm Composting

Cait & Marty are avid worm composters. Our worm bin stays outside in a shady cool spot during the warmer months and comes indoors during our arctic winters.

Because there is no heavy lifting, it’s a great way to compost if you have mobility issues. And the worms turn everything from coffee grounds to dryer lint into rich compost that makes your garden thrive.

If you haven’t tried it but are curious, click hear to read about one woman who turned to worm composting after she became disabled with a chronic illness.

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