The Worm Inn – Coming Soon to RWC!

Worm Inn

Back at the beginning of August I wrote about Robyn Crispe’s vermi-creation, the ‘Worm Inn’ (see “The Worm Inn” and “Worm Inn Update” for more info). I promised to keep everyone in the loop about the ‘Inn’ as Robyn continued to develop her business, but alas, she just seems to work too quickly for this slow poke!

Since posting my last Worm Inn update, Robyn started by revamping her Worm Inn page on Etsy, and then proceeded to develop a full-fledged Worm Inn Website. Robyn and I have also been in discussion about the possibility of me selling Worm Inns here at Red Worm Composting. I figured what better way to start selling vermicomposting systems than with the creative and stylish designs Robyn has come up with?

I have also ordered some Inns to sell up here in the ‘Great White North’, and Robyn was even nice enough to toss in a complimentary system to test out myself. Being the wild n’ crazy guy that I am (snicker), I couldn’t resist going with the camo design! Yeah, that’s right – I talking ’bout that sweet looking badboy you see pictured up on the right there!

Silly outbursts aside, I’m really excited to have opportunity to test the Worm Inn out for myself – rest assured, I’ll be sharing all the details here on the blog. Robyn herself has been continuing to test out her own Worm Inn, and seems very pleased with the way it has performed for her thus far. Needless to say, it is a FAR cry from the moldy ‘Creepy Pants’ vermicomposter, that was Robyn’s original source of inspiration!

Anyway, that’s all for now – you can certainly expect to see more Worm Inn updates in the weeks and months ahead!

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    • Kim from Milwaukee
    • October 3, 2008

    Ah Bentley….speaking of moldy creepy pants…what’s to keep these from becoming moldy, eh????

    signed ‘the Skeptic’.

  1. Hey Kim,
    I thought I’d pop in here to take a stab at your question…I have had no mold issues at all with my worm bag. From a scientific perspective I’m not sure why, but my guess is that the cotton of the jeans provides a sufficient breeding ground for mold where the synthetic nature of the Cordura does not, which is what the bags are made of. There may be a better explanation but I just know it has not been a problem at all. (Nor is there any odor associated with this.) I hope that helps somewhat.

    • Kim from Milwaukee
    • October 6, 2008

    Thank you Robyn!!! That helps alot actually. It’s a great concept for a wormbin, and if it helps them to breathe and be indoors, then it a perfect setup.

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