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Composting Red Worms (Eisenia fetida) work best for a Vermicomposting system. These hungry little worms eat fast and make a dark, rich casting.Red_Worms.html

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The Original In-ground Cedar Worm Box by BugaBay is ideal for producing mounds of Worm Castings from your food scraps.Worm_Bin.html

    THE BUGABAY CEDAR WORM BOX

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COMPOSTING

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HELPING YOU HELP THE PLANET

It’s as easy as dump, cover you’re done!


Finally  a  DVD  that  explains  and  simplifies  the  composting  process 

using the Original In-ground Cedar Worm Box by BugaBay. There’s no sorting  no  chopping  no  HASSLE  Just  Dump  Cover  You’re  Done !

If  you’re  tired  of  paying  to  have  your  food  scraps  hauled away and  then  have to buy soil amendments  for your garden  and  yard, let  us

show you  how easy it is to convert your kitchen waste to mounds of the 

richest soil amendment there is, at HOME!


DON’T BUY A WORM BIN FORM ANYONE UNTIL YOU’VE WATCHED 

                                                    GARBAGE TO GOLD


The  Information on this  NEW  DVD  will  save  you time,  money, a lot  of headaches and will change the way you compost.     Garbage To Gold will teach you everything you need to know to transform your Garbage to Black  Gold. It’s as easy as Dump, Cover you’re Done!

                                                

     This is the DVD everybody is raving about, GET STARTED TODAY!

PLASTIC WORM BINS


*Made in China


  1. *Plastic is a non-renewable resource


  1. *Plastic, a petroleum based material


  1. *Plastic Bins are generally placed inside your home or garage


  1. *You can only convert a few pounds of food waste per week in a Stackable Worm Bin


  1. *You need to cut up your food waste in a plastic bin


  1. *You will make small amounts of Castings


* You may be disappointed with the results

THE BUGABAY CEDAR WORM BOX


  1. *Made in the USA


  1. *Cedar is a renewable resource


  1. *100% Natural and biodegradable


*The BugaBay Worm Box is installed 

   outdoors not in the house or garage


  1. *The BugaBay Worm Box will convert

   hundreds of pounds of food waste to 

   casting per year


  1. *You don’t have to cut up you food scraps 

   just dump, cover you’re done


  1. *You will make mounds of Worm Castings


* You will be pleasantly surprised

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE BUGABAY CEDAR WORM BOX

                                    AND PLASTIC WORM BINS

I coordinate the Good Cheer Food Bank Garden and the Whidbey Institute Westgarden. Both of them use in-ground worm bins. We now have four worm bins from cedar and one from concrete blocks, and they are the primary way we process food and kitchen scraps. Their vermicastings were Blue Ribbon and Best of Show winners at the Island County Fair this year! Because of the volume of castings the bins can produce, vermicompost has now become an important component of our soil fertility program. We frequently invite Todd to teach about the in-ground worm bins for the Growing Groceries classes. Our appreciation to Bugabay for introducing this to South Whidbey!


Cary Peterson


Cary Peterson Good Cheer Food Bank Garden Coordinator with Vermitech Specialist Todd Spratt.

Vermicompost beneficial for organically grown tomatoeshttp://www.seeddaily.com/reports/Vermicompost_beneficial_for_organically_grown_tomatoes_999.html

Richard Stanley reaping the rewards of his Bugabay Worm Box. Nice job Richard!

Corrine and Laurie’s Worm Box and bedding box. Beautiful.

Hello,

 

I bought this as a Christmas gift for my dad, and he loved it.


Thank you,

Alicia

I absolutely love my Bugabay Worm box.


Thanks you guys,

Lisa

This is a wonderful Worm Box and it actually works. I can finally use my food scraps instead of throwing them away.


Cheers,

Tim

My wife, and I have been on the organic "bandwagon" for years. However, until recently we never felt the need or desire to do our own composting. We met Teresa and JaNoah, of The Bugabay Company, at The Bayview Farmers Market and learned of all the beneficial reasons to get started on Vermicomposting.

 

Let me just say that it's worthwhile and easy, and as an added benefit we get a great soil fertilizer in the form of worm castings. Our plants and vegetables love it!

 

Teresa was very helpful in getting us started. Now we can't imagine not Vermicomposting! If you ever considered composting . . . do it! You'll be glad you did.

 

Sincerely,

 

Mark Winslow 

 

Todd and Teresa,


It was a good day at the fair!  Sherry wins three blue ribbons and one Grand Championship for compost!


Thanks so much for help with the worms!


Best,

Sherry and Reid


8/17/2012

I love my worm bin, it is everything you advertised it to be, so appreciate investing in a product that really works as advertised.


Dianne Brock.

01/28/13


Thank you for the class at Village Store on Sun.  I learned more about worms from you in that hour than I have in two years talking to others. It's so nice to see a family affair and your son was so kind and helpful.  He's a keeper.  I wanted you to have my mailing address so you can send me my worms.  Thanks a lot.

 

Claire French                                                                                   

8/20/12



We’ve been wanting to compost for years. BugaBay made it easy! We get great compost for our garden and landscaping, and we’re doing something good for the planet.


Steve & Karen Motenko

Langley Community Garden Commercial Size Worm Box.

I want to send you a thanks.  My worm bin in jammin'.  I attended a workshop and got a free worm bin this Spring in Port Townsend.  I have finally retrieved a nice bin full of casting/soil ammendment and added it to my garden.  My trash can is only half full anymore, as well.  Believe it or not, when I have the occassional visitor I proudly show off my worm bin.  I hope the worms are happy over the winter.  Thanks, Kevin