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Worms at Work

 
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This is a time lapse of red worms over 20 days.
I thought it was neat to see what happens, as it happens.



Edit to add - this is not my project or video. It was shared in a worm group on facebook.
 
If you are using a wood chipper, you are doing it wrong. Even on this tiny ad:
September-October Homestead Skills Jamboree 2019
https://permies.com/wiki/118704/permaculture-projects/September-October-Homestead-Skills-Jamboree
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