When I headed up to Seedy Saturday at the Brickworks, I picked up a pound of Reg Wiggler worms from Cathy at Cathy's Crawly Composters
I had gotten some worms from friends a few weeks ago but my bin was getting too moist–I eat too much veg so they couldn't eat it fast enough–so I picked up some more.
Think you don't have room for a bin? Here's where I put mine in my kitchen.
Basically, I had to paint mine black because the flat ones that would fit under my cupboard were clear plastic. Spray paint didn't really stick so I just used matte wall paint, 2 coats. There were great instructions on how to build your own worm bin in this book
and it's a great resource for me in my journey. I'd highly recommend it.
-Drill multiple 1/16" holes in the top lid as airholes
-Drill 1/16" air holes along the top of the side walls (and bottom as well if its a deep bin)
-Drill larger holes in the bottom of the bin for drainage
-Put a 2nd lid on the bottom to catch any drips (the 2nd bin can be used in the future to migrate the worms, I'll post about that when I do so)
Voila! Worm Bin!