Saturday, October 7, 2006

The Snook and I have been going through a period of renewed interest in our garden, and I recently decided to start up our worm farm again. (I got one a few years ago but somehow managed to kill all my worms.) This time we're gonna do it right! So I booked us in for a free vermicomposting workshop at The Watershed this morning. It was fun! We learned a lot of great tips for keeping our worms healthy along with advice for harvesting and using the castings. I highly recommend it. You can even buy farms and worms there too! We left with a bucket of worms to restart our population. They're currently exploring their new home and hopefully having lots of little babies...

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