TreeHugger readers' vermicomposting system. Credit: Frank Fitzgerald
If worms make you queasy steer clear -- readers sent in photos of their composting and vermicomposting systems, from countertop compost holders -- ice buckets -- found at thrift stores; the NatureMill composter for urban dwellers, to giant buckets filled with garbage eating worms and food scraps, and tales of gardens growing bountiful and dogs mourning the loss of food remnants, fed to the compost instead. View our juicy composting slideshow -- all Readers' Photos here -- and stay tuned, later today we'll be asking for photos of this season's harvest.
All Readers' Slideshows
Readers' Commuter Bike Photos
Readers' Most Interesting Farmers Market Finds
Readers' Edible Container Gardens
Readers' Backyard Nature Photos: Frogs, Fawns, Red-necked Wallabies, Willy Wagtails, and More
Readers' Eco-Vacation Photos: Hiking, Biking, Camping, and More