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A way with worms

Source:Sacramento Bee
Published:8/21/2011 12:00:00 AM
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As the vermiculture business goes from fringe to mainstream, two moms from Antelope are turning poop into profit. Kate Waldo, left, and Michelle Himed sit on one of the wooden bins they use for Worm Fancy, their home-based worm supply business. Himed says the compost material generated by worms is in demand. As the vermiculture business goes from fringe to mainstream, two moms from Antelope are turning poop into profit. Kate Waldo holds worms that she raises in her backyard for her business, Worm Fancy. Waldo started worm composting in her Antelope home to recycle kitchen scraps. Worm Fancy sells worms, castings and bins – including one designed by Waldo and her partner. READ MORE


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