I made this group to get more information out about vermicomposting. Vermicomposting recycles your organic wastes, such as food scraps, cardboard, and paper. Wanna know how?? This group's for you!!!

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Vermicomposting uses composting worms to recycle all organic wastes, such as food scraps, paper, and cardboard using composting worms. These little guys turn those into a rich, all natural fertilizer that is a great addition to plants and your lawn. And its very easy to do. If you're interested, join, and check out these websites: and You will learn alot.

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This group is great, I'm wondering if anyone else composts at home or at school. We have a worm bin as well as an outside bin, and put all our scraps of food in there, The worms love it, and our…Continue

Started by Allison Hague Feb 13, 2013.

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Comment by Nic on March 19, 2010 at 8:34pm
if you are interested in vermiculture, check out these websites. the first one is a forum like this, also on ning, and the second is a blog. enjoy!!

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