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.... people ... will thank [Appelhof] for showing us ... how we can eat better food by growing gardens with wormpower..--Pete Seeger, folksinger, environmental activist
.You might say that Kalamazoo has become the epicenter of vermiculture (a fancy name for worm composting) ....--Anne Raver, The New York Times
.[This book] supplies everything you want to know about worm composting but didn't know where to ask..--Green Living Magazine -This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Mary Appelhof was recognized as an international authority and lecturer on small-scale vermicomposting. As owner of Flowerfield Enterprises and Flower Press, she dedicated over 20 years to the research, development, and marketing of products related to the earthworm, such as the Worm-a-way worm bin for which she held both Canadian and USA patents. Mary received many honors including a National Science Foundation grant, was an invited speaker at the Global Assembly of Women and the Environment, and received special merit recognition as one of Renew America's Environmental Success Stories. Mary also coordinated the international research conference workshop on the Role of Earthworms in the Stablization of Organic Residues and compiled its proceedings. An award-winning photographer, she held master's degrees in education and biological sciences, and taught high school biology. Mary passed away in 2005.
Great book for the worm farmer. Very complete instructions and information.Published 9 months ago by eleet doja
My family recently started a worm bin, and we all read this book to find out how to compost using worms. It's concise and clear - couldn't ask for a better guide.Published on Feb. 24 2013 by Chris Nuyens
Fast delivery. This book could have passed for brand new. So why waste money on new when these books look brand new. Read morePublished on Jan. 18 2012 by Amazon Customer
Anyone who is interested in this topic must read "Recycle With Earthworms: The Red Wiggler Connection"
In my opinion it is a much better book than "Worms Eat My... Read more