Hey there. So, I’m still pretty new at it, but this is just to give you an idea of how I do my compost in my backyard. So I’ve got… …two big bins That, well, I really just made these out of pallets. You can see, I just put a screw there There’s two screws there. I mean, I really just have one or two screws on each corner holding it together, and that’s about it So last weekend about six days ago I flipped all of my compost from this one to that one. Because it needed to be flipped. But they’re so huge, I can’t really just stir it. So I literally just took a shovel and these are not very good tools I was really sweaty. And angry, by the end of it. But those were my compost flipping tools. I un-did these screws. Like, I took off the front piece of both the pallets. I scraped it all onto the ground. Then shoveled it into the new one. So… I’m starting to get into composting, and When you get your compost pile when you get it layered really well, it actually heats up. It can get up to, like, well, according to the thermometer it can get up to 200 degrees. Gosh, it’s windy out. But anyway, so this is a 20-inch composting thermometer. That I just stick in the middle cause I’m really curious how much heat I’m producing. Really, I can’t get it up past 70 right now. So what I’m going to try doing is just water it. Composting, you you need density which I have. Cause this is, like, I don’t know… Four square feet? Four cubed feet? I don’t know. Four feet by four feet by four feet, whatever that is. And when I built it, I tried to layer it really well like with my browns and my greens. Like, my sticks and my fresh grass clippings. So I’m just going to try watering it and I’ll check back in a few days and I’ll let you know if the temperature went up. Cause all I can figure out is that there’s not enough moisture in it, but I’ll let you know, fingers crossed.