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So your problem is…What to do with the worms in the winter? Well make a homemade bin for them and keep them inside for the cold months. Feed them your table scraps, papers and junk mail. As for the dog poo. Cold winters provides excellent storage conditions for pet poo. Just keep doing whatever you plan to do with the waste until it melts in the spring time, maybe just have something simple, like a large trash can, or a rubbermaid tub. When the cold months are over thrown the worms back in the poo bin. Make sure your container is big enough to hold a winters worth of frozen dog poo and be aware that your pile might start to stink a bit in the spring if you don't get to it fast enough.