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Hey all permies. Just want to let you know that I have red wiggler worms for sale @ $10 a quart, two years of very well composted humanure and that I will have an article on humanure in the summer edition of Permaculture Activist, now Permaculture Design magazine. See me on facebook at wyrd worms. I am continuing my work on my book The History of Shit: Human Waste and Its Role in Agriculture Over Time.

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I've tried composting my poop with redworms... its seems they do a very speedy job of making it disappear. Is there any good reason not to do this? I've seen a doggie bag worms n dog poop combo... I wouldn't want this in my veggies but humanure worm compost aged could be a good resource I think Sam
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Tomatoes! Ha! Anyone can grow that. Amaze your neighbors, grow your own shirt!
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