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‘Vermiculture Furniture’ Class at OSU

Posted by reedandleaf none (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 15, 13 at 12:44

It's so nice to see people playing with vermicomposting ideas!
As the rocking chair rocks, it pumps the tea up to the highest level to trickle back through. Fun idea, great work!

http://artandtech.osu.edu/vermiculture_furniture/

Here is a link that might be useful: Link to the class page, info, and pic's


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RE: ‘Vermiculture Furniture’ Class at OSU

Yup, you can see it all at this link:
http://www.flickr.com/photos/amymyou/sets/72157631769899043/
For me, first I'd have to convince my upstairs neighbor to move out and buy his apartment = $250,000.00
Then I'd have to cut a huge hole in my Living Room ceiling (my former upstairs neighbor's floor) to install this whatever-you-want-to-call-it Art form (which looks to be at least 12 ft high) = probably at least another $10,000 - $20,000 for all the construction. Finally, (who knows how much?) for the art piece itself (including rocking chair) (does it also come with the worms?) .
Wow, I can't wait.

Shaul


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RE: ‘Vermiculture Furniture’ Class at OSU

I'd be willing to custom build you one of those, for half the price of your upstairs neighbor's apartment, that will fit with your existing low ceiling. I'll even throw in the rocking chair for no extra charge. :)


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RE: ‘Vermiculture Furniture’ Class at OSU

Thanks anyway Elbourne, I'm not that desperate. Besides, I'm quite content with my two plastic bins.

Shaul


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