Why have I been so scarce lately?
Well folks, I’ve decided for once to fly by the seat of my (creepy) pants and take a leap of faith – I’ve decided to start my very own ‘real world’ eco-business.
I’ve dreamed of doing this for years, but in all honesty I didn’t expect it to come to fruition for at least a couple more. Long story short, I finally decided to stop thinking in terms of “some day” and opted instead for “why not NOW?!”
As part of the first phase, I’ve launched my new Worm Composting Canada website. As the name implies, the main focus of the business will be here in Canada (especially in my own region), but I will be taking U.S. orders as well. I’ve partnered with a fantastic supplier south of the border, and they’ll be helping me with U.S. worm shipments.
Worm Composting Canada will be one arm of my overall business (more on that in a future post) – which will be focused primarily on earth-friendly waste management solutions (product/services). It will of course be a very important part though – I am a ‘wormhead’ after all!
Just so you know – not much will change around here. Red Worm Composting will still provide quality information and commentary about worm composting. It might even get a lot more interesting now that I’ll be so involved in it myself. I suppose if I get SUPER busy my posting regularity may drop off a bit, but I’m really going to make a serious effort to get a number of posts up each week no matter what!
Anyway, thats all for now. I’m still very much in the early stages with this – I have a LOT of work ahead of me over the next few weeks.
I’ll keep everyone in the loop as things continue to develop!
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CONGRATS bentley!!!! that is SO awesome!
the site looks great, especially the picture of the euro nightcrawler 🙂
Great move, you are so knowledgeable, wondered how long it would take you to go commercial :). Thanks for all the great worm bin advice, your the best,
Wow! Thanks for the kind words guys – it really means a lot!
Yaaay!! A local worm supplier! Congratulations on your new venture Bentley! I wish you all the best success. I sure know who I’ll call if I need more worms in the future. Hopefully I won’t unless I get an unexpected mass vermicide. :-0