What about this idea to keep worms warm in winter?
I was thinking, after reading old posts, about ideas to keep worms warm in colder climates during the winter. Right now we only have one bin which is easily kept inside, but what if I wanted to go all out and have alot of bins. What would I do to keep worms warm through a Chicago winter. Then thought how about building a cabinate out of 2x4's and plywood, line it with insulation and then piping in your dryer exhaust air to it?
We do laundry with our family every day. So say if we made it big enough to hold about 5 bins stack was think an hour or 2 a day to get it warmed up from the dryer exhaust would make it nice an toastly in there for the worms.
This is a total hypothetical so not actually planning to do it. But never know it may be something considered later on. Do you all think this would work?