Compost indoors—with help from worms.
Kitchen scraps can be composted using an unlikely little eating machine—worms! Vermicomposting (or worm bin composting) has become a popular way to recycle most kinds of food matter right in the kitchen or garage. The process is odor-free, quick, and provides a high-grade compost that is great for soil. All you need to get started is a small closed container, a bedding of aged sawdust, leaves or shredded newspaper, a little soil that contains microorganisms, some red worms, and a few helpful hints. If you are interested in a future workshop to learn more, please email vermicomposting.
Red Wiggler Worm Supplier
Red wigglers are available for purchase to use indoors only in your worm bin. Red wigglers should not be used in your backyard compost bin or pile—they are not native to our area and should not be used in an outdoor environment.
Red Wigglers and other types or worms available for purchase. Contact them 740-349-0566 or via their website: Buckeye Organics
Red wigglers can be purchased for your worm bin from Henry's Wormiculture. Cost: $25 per lb of worms only; or $35 for bin with worms. Call 513-418-1081 or post your request on Facebook.