We participated in the Cumberland County, TN, Master Gardeners' Fall Festival, held September 26, 2014. They featured a whole day of seminar, exhibits and opportunities for the visitors to ask, learn and come back for more fun. Hosting an exhibit for vermiculture, we took our worms "Francis" by name (yes, all of them are named Francis). It enabled us to visit and share the benefits of vermicomposting. The photos here display a raised bed, worm farm. The 4 inch pvc tube with holes allow the worms to travel in and out of the tube, eating the kitchen scraps and go back out into the garden, distribute the castings and come back for more food. Just a small, low maintenance way to have fun and help the environment.
Tube for food, be certain to bury it deep into the earth, worms can't jump!