We have no green matter to add to our kitchen scraps, our only compost. And we get frequent visits from coyote; an occasional javelina party in our yard. We are renting, so don't want to do too much fencing (and we love the animals visiting); or do something that will be too hard to move. So I came up with this system. Zen built the cage. The top board unscrews on one wide (I lost the wingnut) and swings back. :…See More
50 cent thrift store pillowcases divide my compost by age. A shake once in a while (twice/month) is all they need. All these fit in the can. When I start a new one, I take out the bottom one which is completed compost, ready to sift.
lazy effective smell free composting for small gardens! I've always composted whether I had a garden or no; but this one is easiest I have had. I love the tea ready on tap; it has been my best instant healer/grower of food/flowers.