Vermicomposting presentation and update
After starting my original worm bin I have learned to stop checking on them daily, even my smaller observation bin has been sitting quietly going unbothered.
My main bin is full of EFs and my smaller bin is full of EHs.
Now that school is back in my first assignment for speech is going to be a speech to teach and I want to do it on making a worm bin.
The speech has to be 3-5 minutes long and I feel that would only be enough time to explain the bin itself and I probably won't have enough time to go into details about the many benefits of vermicomposting.
So far my plan is to teach the class how to make a worm bin out of an 18gal Rubbermaid tote and when I bring it home my EHs will get a new home and I'll probably try my hand at lasagna feeding instead of pocket feeding like I'm currently doing.
After teaching my class about constructing the bin I planned on telling them about these forums and anyone interested could learn more here.
I wish I had enough worms to help anyone willing to try some starter worms.
Does anyone know of a good way to teach my class about vermiculture within the 5 minute time frame or should I just stick with just the worm bin?