The Dirt on Worms

The earthworm has long been considered the farmer’s friend. Their burrowing has always been thought to aerate the soil while their droppings provide fertilizer. No-till farmers count on these tireless workers to improve soil tilth. And on their worst day, earthworms sacrifice everything to land us a lunch from our favorite fishing hole Full Story »

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by Glenn LaBauve - Nov. 18, 2009

Takes a good look at the dangers of simply following conventional wisdom and being more aware of your impact on the enviroment in seemly small thing you do.

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