rhenryowenwormbinDo you want to learn to turn food scraps into valuable compost? Do you believe in taking responsibility for the waste we create?

People all over the world are turning their food scraps into nutrient-rich worm compost through starting their own worm bin.

 

A Handful of Worm Castings

You will learn how to:

  • Start a Worm Bin
  • Care for Composting Worms
  • Harvest the Worm Compost
  • Use Worm Compost

Here’s what others are saying about the book:

“This book has made the art of worm composting accessible to everyone” – Nadine Ford, Manager, Little Sugar Creek Community Garden

“This book is your one-stop-shop for all things worm compost.” – David Valder, Co-founder, Crown Town Compost

Anyone who reads this book will feel confident enough to start their very own worm farm” – Brian Rosa, Owner/Consultant, BE New Organic World, LLC

“This book is an excellent guide to vermiculture–I have never seen the process, from start to finish, explained so simply along with informative descriptions of everything from digestion to reproduction.  Soon you will be ready to pursue a new hobby making waste into high value fertilizer.” – Rich Deming, Partner, Power Resource Group

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I found this book very informative, well written, and an easy read. It gives the do’s and don’ts that are very helpful for newcomers as well as those who have already started worm composting. The science and biology involved are explained in a simple, effective format without getting overly technical. I highly recommend this book to anyone interested in a unique way to help themselves and the environment.” – Mike Gorman, Founder, FC Organics

Henry takes the guess work out of worm composting. He writes in a way that is easy and fun enough for a child to understand, yet engaging enough to adults turning the page. If you’re tired of scrolling through the seemingly endless amateur worm composting websites or through dense university vermicompost research sites, search no more – this book is your one-stop-shop for all things worm compost.” – David Valder, Co-founder, Crown Town Compost