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Vermiculture Pioneer Passes

  • Subject: [cg] Vermiculture Pioneer Passes
  • From: adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 27 May 2005 14:17:20 -0400

Mary Appelhof Obituary
-----Original Message-----
From: Daniels, Barbara <DanielsB@stcsc.edu>
To: Adam36055@aol.com
Sent: Fri, 27 May 2005 12:17:38 -0400
Subject: Gone: Mary Appelhof - vermicomposting

Adam:  I believe Mary Appelhof may have contributed to the garden list serve.  I know she was active in international dialogues.  Please pass on to the community garden list if appropriate.  Thx, B 
Vermicomposting Pioneer Mourned
The Kalamazoo Gazette reported the passing May 3 of Mary Appelhof, a vermicomposting enthusiast known worldwide as the "Worm Woman." Appelhof was the author of Worms Eat My Garbage, and maintained a Web site called WormWoman.com that served as a source of worm composting resources and information. She had traveled internationally to exchange ideas on vermicomposting, and was dedicated to educating people about how worms could transform household waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer. 
Posted May 13, 2005

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