If you’re considering composting in your backyard, you already know that it’s a pretty straight-forward process. Dirt, food scraps, worms…check.  But what KIND of worms are you using?  Did you know that not all worms are equally good at composting?   Your normal NW earthworms are cheap and plentiful, but they may not be the best.  We’ve been told that the Red Wiggler variety or warms is a particularly good one, and by good, we mean for composting, not for eating – but whatever floats your boat.