Passive Vermicomposting

Produce Rich Castings, More Naturally - with Less Effort!

Ever since "accidentally" discovering the power of vermicomposting trenches back in 2008, I've been heading down a different path than the average home vermicomposter - one much more focused on supporting the natural preferences and talents of composting worms and their allies.

Vermicomposting 101 usually teaches the idea of setting up a small-to-medium sized (usually plastic) bin, with coir or some other sterile bedding + food scraps + 1 lb (or more) of Red Worms.

Seeing the success of Red Worm populations in more natural habitats, like old outdoor manure heaps, I knew there had to be a better way to do things.

Over the years, I've written extensively about different concepts and ideas relating to this, without really giving it an official name - and even when I did give it a name, it was pretty boring! lol

But don't let the name fool you. Passive Vermicompost is a powerful approach that helps you achieve even more vermicomposting success with less effort!

I've put together a multi-part audio course - with other supplemental content - and you can sign up for full (FREE) access below!

Sign Up for Free Access Below!



NOTE: Passive Vermicomposting was originally intended to be a paid course, but I decided to make it freely available once it was close to completion. Please keep in mind that some of my wording in the audio lessons reflects the original intent, and that not all the originally-planned content has been added yet.

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