Our well house has turned into a worm condo. The new set up for the red wigglers is working well and they seem happy. Time will tell.
For some reason, the concrete foundation in the well house ended about 18″ from the left wall. I’m not sure what the former owners were thinking but it was pretty inconvenient when storing things in the well house.
When we had insulation blown in, we added it to the well house too. The insulation is thick in there!
You can see where Vince had to dig out whatever that box is. This insulation helps keep the well house from getting too cold or too hot and I’m hoping it will be a good habitat for the worms.
Vince filled in the gap between the foundation and the wall with sand and leveled it all out.
The worms are all set up now. Two box of red wigglers and two boxes of meal worms. I know we can keep them warm enough in the winter but I’m not real sure I can keep them cool enough in the summer . . we shall see.