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Have a regular compost bin? Why not add a worm composting bin in order to gather the worm castings (solid wastes) and worm tea (liquid wastes) in addition to the compost created by the worms? I've begun to gather materials: old styrofoam bins, milk jugs cut to collect kitchen scraps, old colander to sift the compost as well as using the bait of cardboard and burlap to attract the right kind of composting worms to my backyard. I've done a PowerPoint which i uploaded on Slideshare if you're interested. I put cardboard pieces in my garden back in September and saw the number of worms grow until the ground froze in December! Haven't yet set up the bin but plan to do so soon. Recommend The Worm Book for resource.