So tomorrow evening I’m off to learn about worm composting. It is an hour long and not too far from my house at Eglinton Park Community Garden which is located at 200 Eglinton Avenue West. Sure I can watch a bunch of how to’s online, but I figure since this little event is happening I’ll most likely bump into a couple people I know and hopefully make a few new connections while I’m at it.
From what I know using red wiggler worms in a household compost is a great way to recycle your food waste into compost and you don’t have to walk to the back of your yard to toss in it that chunky old plastic bin. And they also work great if you don’t even have a yard as you could use your balcony or apartment.
These little worms eat about their weight of food every single day, just don’t put any meats or oils in there
So tomorrow night from 6-7pm come join me at address mentioned above and you can contact them at garden @ torontogreen.ca
Here is an eHow video giving you the rundown on composting with worms, just follow this link!