Beginner’s Zero Waste Check List + My Lecture Recap


Happy New Year everyone!  I’m starting 2018 off with a recap from warmer times to hopefully remind you warmer weather is likely on the way (eventually) wherever you live.  If you’ve made a new year resolution to be more sustainable, continue reading or scroll to the bottom to download my beginner’s zero waste check list to help you get started.

Zero Waste Lecture Recap

I had a great deal of fun during my zero waste lecture back in August hosted by Green Summit. I shared reusab… Read More

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Worm farming is a huge step toward making our planet a little greener and your household environmentally friendly. You will not find an easier means to do that than worm farming. Beneath, you will find out exactly what worm farms are and learn about the benefits of worm farming. You may feel better about yourself knowing that you did your part to help the planet.

Individuals who are interested in worm farms often use food scraps so that them can decompose. What the worms excrete is called vermicompost, or castings. This is then used to fertilise the grass, the garden and other places. The food bits become worm compost, and this compost is full of nutrients and minerals. This really is a great alternative without using commercial fertilisers for garden fans and individuals searching for an organic and 100 percent natural method to enrich earth. You ought to look for the two common worms in case you are contemplating starting a worm farm. These are the Red Earthworm (the Lumbricus rubella) and the Red Wiggler (the Esienia foetida).

It is possible to determine if you would like to make a worm farm on a small scale or on a large scale. You’ll also discover that many of the commercial farms sell the vermicompost and the worms or the worm casts. The all-natural compost is sought after. Or, should you not care to buy it you could always make your own. In the neighbourhood you will become the next seller with a little research on the matter!

The great thing about worm farming is that you can get it done in your own backyard. You can even get it done in your kitchen if you want. Composting bins or vermiculture bins (worm-farm bins) can be purchased online. However, worm farming can be started by you with a few simple containers such as metal containers, plastic bins, pails, wooden crates and many other items, of your own.

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