Todd Spratt giving a work shop at the Good Cheer food bank harvest festival on July 10th 2010.

Upcoming Classes and Events

Spring 2014                                            

The average American discards an average of 8 to 10 pounds of food waste per week, 400 lb. per year and 16 tons or more in a life time.

Todd will demonstrate how easy and beneficial it is to use the BugaBay In-ground Vermicomposting system to transform your food waste to the richest, organic soil amendment available, Worm Castings.

Please join us and learn how you can transform your garbage to gold.

This Vermicomposting Workshop was presented by Todd Spratt during the first annual Bioneers Conference held Sat. Oct. 16th at the Whidbey Institute at Chinook. The Conference was a blast.


Offering Products and Information Promoting

Organic Gardening, Composting and Sustainability.

Hi Todd and you wonderful folks,

I so appreciated the workshop you did over here at Mt. View School.

I learned so much and my worms know it.

I had an old one room worm box in my vegie garden -slooow going.

But I divided it into two chambers, put my yard compost into some onion

bags next to it for bedding and I can hear the worms singing.

The new cedar box is in my shade garden and is half full of food scraps and

yard compost.  I am ready for the worms.

Thank you again.

Julie Jaman


I'm ready for my worms. I was at the workshop in Port Townsend and I have my bin all set up.

I loved the workshop on vermiculture. I learned a ton of stuff which I was then able to share with my neighbors who are also interested. The information was presented in a way that made it easy to remember.

Then it was easy to set up, just dig a hole a foot deep, level it, line it (I used 6 inch ceramic tiles), put the bin on top, threw in kitchen scraps, bedding, and it's good to go. And it looks nice.

Thank you for making a quality product, giving the right amount of information.

Annie Clark

Thanks so much for the informative presentation at the Quilcene Village Store.I  learned a lot, especially how to set-up a new worm bin. My cedar worm bin is now ready. 

Thank you,

Wayne Siscoe

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

Worm Composting Workshops.

The BugaBay Company is a family owned and operated business who’s focus is on recycling, organic gardening and sustainable lifestyles. Our products and services reflect these principles.

Vermitech Specialist Todd Spratt and his wife Teresa have studied, practiced and been involved with composting, organic gardening and sustainability techniques for over 35 years.

We would like to offer our experience, knowledge and expertise to others for the benefit of the planet and the future of all life forms.

BugaBay has developed and implemented a Vermicomposting system that is efficient and effective. The BugaBay in-ground system will converts household green waste to Earthworm Castings, the richest organic soil amendment available. It’s fast, simple and easy to use.

BugaBay offers Training Programs and Workshops to County Officials, Master Gardeners ,CSA’S,

Co-op’s, Nurseries, Schools, Correctional Facilities, and the general public. So that they may learn a viable option for dealing with the food waste we all produce.

Wouldn’t it be nice to offer your organization a responsible, practical solution for recycling food waste?

Quilcene Workshop held in Jefferson County August 16, 2012.

Creative ways to get your BugaBay In-ground Cedar Worm Box home!