In my first “Summer Camp Vermicomposting” post I mentioned that I was expecting to receive some images of the finished Silver Lake system at some point. Well, Leanne did indeed send some along (thanks again, Leanne!), so here ya go.
As you can see, it is a beautiful looking worm bed – I can’t wait to actually see it up close! Speaking of which, I am hoping to head up to the Silver Lake camp next week for my first visit! So you can expect a much more in-depth update on the project fairly soon!
Oh yes! That’s what i’m talking about!
Hey Bentley,let me know if i can help with questions.I already know it’s easy to make a patch panel with newspaper if the paper breaks too early.You can slide it in place carefully.Also it is better to have a little wet paper on the bottom of the floor.My worms went under my catch pans and dried out!
That is one sweet looking bin. I think you are really going to love the wonderful world of worms!
The whole summer camp vermicomposting thing tickles me. Even 60 years later, I can still remember my Girl Scout summer camp. I wonder if the kids will learn songs about vermiculture? Hmmmm…never mind.
I agree that their set up looks great. Look foreward to updates …along with any vermi-camping-campfire songs you might learn.
That’s a really nice looking bin!
Looks like a VermiCondo!