Composting with worms! (Grade k-12)

Apr 16, 2020

For today’s Trash Thursday activity we’re going to be looking at a composting method called vermicompost! Join Brittany as she explains what is going on in the worm bin and follow the journey of a banana peel as it’s eaten and decomposed.

Want to create your own vermicompost system? Use our guide!

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