We are your best resource for everything regarding vermiculture: the practice of raising red wiggler worms to consume food scraps and some
other household waste, thereby reducing our dependence on landfills and lessening our impact on the environment.
• Sell red wiggler worms by the pound, worm castings, books on worms and vermicomposting
and both indoor and outdoor bins
• Run workshops and clinics on vermicomposting with potential professional development credits
and Master Gardener credits
• Provide a Speakers Bureau for all ages
• Feature a children's bin and children's book designed by The Worm Ladies
(remember the ant farm--worms have a bigger purpose)
• Emphasize cost effective ways of raising worms, harvesting the castings,
and making "worm brew"
• Consult with individuals and businesses about using worms for organic waste management
• Provide complimentary help and information concerning vermiculture
(We want you to be successful!)
A testimonial on the worm ladies castings
I have been carefully brewing and analyzing "Actively Aerated Compost Tea's" as part of an initiative to develop a well rounded,
diverse, and effective soil/foliar inoculants. In a recent test I replicated two identical brews to examine the effects of using commercial
worm castings vs. your worm castings. The commercial castings I purchased came from a local hydroponic shop. When I ran the first
brew with these bag-bought castings, I was very disappointed in what I saw under my microscope. Quite frankly, there was not much
life. After I finished the same cycle with your castings, I was amazed! Just one drop of the tea contained an incredible abundance and
diversity of bacteria. It didn't stop there; I witnessed large populations of different types of protozoa including flagellates, ciliates, and
amoebae. Fungal content was impressive, and I even saw 'bacterial feeding' (the good kind) nematodes! Tea made from your castings
FAR exceeded the quality of tea made from the commercial castings. I am excited to see such a valuable resource produced and sold
locally; keep up the good work!
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• The average U.S. family of four produces about 2,000 pounds of food waste each year.
• According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, food waste is the third largest category of municipal solid waste (MSW) in the U.S., accounting for about 13 percent of MSW material.
• Americans throw away more than 25 percent of the food we prepare, according to a study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
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