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Worm Bin Composting


Date: February 7, 2024
Time: 6:30-8pm
Location: Waste Connections of WA office in Orchards (12115 NE 99th St #1830, Vancouver, WA 98682), the building has an 18 on it


  • Basic wormology: Biology and fundamentals of worms
  • Difference between compost and vermicompost
  • Do’s and Don’ts of worm feeding and care
  • Vermicompost bins and systems



  • Email with how pets and what types you have. Pictures welcomed
  • Extra Credit to discuss at class – Save (or continue to save) 1 weeks’ worth of fruits/veggies/coffee/tea/eggshells and determine weekly quantity e.g. 1 quart, ½ gallon etc.
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