Category: Vermi Blog

High Desert Community’s vermicomposting blog

R5 High School receives vermicompost

R5 High School continues to build the school gardens. Students no have access to a student-built greenhouse. Another greenhouse will be built yet this spring (2017). About 9 gallons of vermicompost was delivered February 22, in time to get worked into the soil before spring planting season. The R5 biology department is depending on the Read More …

Vermicompost update

If you browse this website, you’ll notice that it is a work in progress. The many avenues of seeking will continue to be paved as the vision unfolds of bringing seekers together in a multifaceted expression of faith.   On the vermicomposting road things are happening on a regular basis, but not fast enough to Read More …

Philippine Vermicomposting

Sometimes it’s good to know that what we do in worm farming is not just some fad or hobby.  There are pockets in the world that depend on this kind of farming as a part of a larger farming system.  I’d encourage you to look at this link to see what is happending in the Philippines.   Read More …

HDC visit with John Heideman, DVM

On July 27, John Heideman from CMU came by to take a look at our vermicomposting opperations.  He gave us quite a few pointers and then gave us a tour of the Western Colorado Community College operations.  The following notes were compiled after the meeting and conversation.  This may or may not be helpful to Read More …