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Re: RE: Worms

Susan, to Adam's excellent list, I'd add www.wormwoman.com, and Mary 
Appelhof's book _Worms Eat My Garbage_ (she's 'wormwoman' btw). The bin 
design in the new edition works even better than the old one (which worked 

In a message dated 3/22/00 2:11:51 PM, you wrote:

>Everything you wanted to know about vermiculture/ worm farms from commerical
>and non-commercial sources:
>Best wishes,

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