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If I sign up for the vermicomposting groups. I will receive a e-mail notice whenever a topic is discussed right?  This will help me try informed without having to check the website everyday I hope.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Andrew from California Sep 25, 2012.

BioPod any one?
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I'm wondering have anyone tried this BioPod?  Its a composting unit that uses soldier files as the composter as apposed to worms.     Its seems nasty and still kinda interesting. Does it produce good…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jacob Skye Bonilla Jan 29, 2013.

Shipping worms in the summer.
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Is it safe to have worms shipped this time of year?  Its getting extremely hot and I've read mixed reviews.Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Glenn Wilson May 29, 2012.

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I am trying to find a resource or a website that lists all the areas in a state that are having Composting Workshops.  I'm excited about the prospects of creating my own organic soil and I am…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Deborah May 29, 2012.


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Deborah joined Keir Moorman's group

Appalachian Vermicomposters & Vermiculturalist

This group is dedicated to promoting sustainable economic development practices throughout the Appalachian Region of the United States of America using vermicoposting and vermiculture technologies.See More
Nov 6, 2014
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vermicompost tea users

This group is for any one who uses vermicompost tea.I'm not the best at it. But i can personally vouch for the power of tea through experimentation.
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Farmers Market

A Group to discuss all things worms, and related issues at Farmers Markets.
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Midwest Region Wormers

Disscussion group for the worm keepers of the Midwest Region. A place for midwesterners to spin worm tales!See More
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Vermicomposting Dog Waste

A group for those who are currently or are considering vermicomposting dog waste.See More
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Nov 6, 2014
Deborah joined Rich Feiller's group

folks that work with Lumbricus rubellus

a red composting worm, that at times has been called red wrigglers, red wigglers. depending on what source you use the physical discriptions vary considerably. this worm is more tolerant of it's surroundings and hardier then the EF's. it works both the soil and the compost making it an ideal worm for outdoor bins and gardens. it is often confused with EF's. it is found in many parts of the world.those i have are twice the size of EF's.See More
Nov 6, 2014
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Jun 17, 2014
Deborah replied to Washington Hill's discussion Worm Inn
"Great indoor/outdoor composting unit."
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Los Angeles Vermicomposters

A group for Los Angelenos to exchange information, tips & tricks, pics and help.See More
Jun 8, 2014
Deborah replied to dermy's discussion How I Prepare Food Wastes
"Great bullet points on your process."
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BSF - Hermetia illucens

BSF, Can't live w/ 'em, can keep 'em out.
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New England Wormers

A worm discussion group for New Englanders
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New England Worm Farmers

Hello New Englanders! Let's get to know each other.
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Aqua VermiPonics

This is about the melding of Aquaponics and Vermiculture. Got fish? Got worms? Then your all set.
May 3, 2014

Profile Information

When did you start composting with worms?
May 7, 2012
How were you introduced to vermicomposting?
What kinds of worms do you have?
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About Me:
I'm in the act of getting educated on worming.

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At 11:02am on May 7, 2012, Rich Feiller said…
Workshops are good if provided by the local govs, because they sometimes will give you worms and a tote to house them in. Here in the San Francisco Bar are they hold those regularly. I attended one recently to hear their preaentation. It was quite good, well presented, very basic information.
Iy you can not attend one, actually the information is more complete with the photos and videos and forums on this site. There are hours and hours of basic info on "you tube". Welcome to our forum.

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