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You might have noticed that in my To Do list I have listed: Make a worm box. I have been wanting to create a worm box for a long time, but have never actually taken any steps towards one. Well, other than reading about it. But since I have heard from several sources that I need to write more blog posts and I have plenty of time, I figured I would start working on it now.

A worm box is simply a way to compost your kitchen scraps using worms. Worms eat your garbage and eventually compost it. This keeps your kitchen scraps out of the landfill if you don’t have anything that will eat them, and is good for your garden.

I’m interested in worm composting because it can help us reduce how much trash we make. We also recycle and use reusable shopping and produce bags. There is plenty more that we could do, I’m sure, but this is a good start.

Like almost anything that more than one person does, there are plenty of ways to get started and what you need to think about. For me, this is a good way to do nothing, because I can get caught up in figuring out the just right way of doing whatever it is and not actually do anything. For now, I’ve decided to stop waiting until I could begin this perfectly and just get on with making a worm box.

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I’m using a Rubbermaid Roughneck 18 gallon bin for my container, because it is what I have on hand and it is about the right size for the balcony. I followed the directions from this site, but I drilled a few more holes than they did, because my container is a big bigger. I am also not using a second bin, because I don’t want to drill holes in two of our bins. I am just going to set it up on bricks/rocks/somehow and let it drain that way. It’s important that the materials and all don’t get too wet. Or too dry, but that seems to be easier to deal with. Supposedly the worms will not try to escape, or at least not if they are happy in the bin.

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Tomorrow, I am going to work on getting the bedding ready for worms.

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