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  Welcome to this website!  Worm information is now on http://www.wormladies.com  You can order worms on The Worm Ladies website. 

 

 

Composting with red wiggler worms Published 03/08/2011  By Jenna Cho Publication: TheDay.com  Worms aren't exactly welcome in most kitchens, but The Worm Ladies of Charlestown say red wiggler worms kept in a container under the sink can help break down food waste into natural fertilizers for gardening. The Ladies gave a talk Tuesday, March 8, 2011 at the Lyme Garden Club's monthly meeting on the benefits of composting using these worms.

 

 

 

 

               

   

 www.slatermill.org

knitting with handspun angora...so warm and luxurious...  

http://www.tvduck.com/frame.php?epi=342968&view=849342  This is a website for a DIRTY JOBS show at Ohio Valley Wool Processing.  Michael Rowe is spinning my angora/merino top coned yarn.  

 

           

 

       

If you need further information on the angora, the products, the projects, the worms, or worm composting, please feel free to contact me.

Nancy Warner, 161 A East Beach Road, Charlestown, RI 02813, 401-322-7675, angoraandworms@verizon.net

 


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