Lowcountry Master Gardener Sandra Educate watches as Samantha Dewhirst, 9, picks up one of the red wiggler worms while Sieanna Heyward, 9, looks for more in the composting container Wednesday morning at the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club. Educate was there volunteering with fellow master gardener Carla Dinkle (not pictured) to teach the gardening club about using worms for composting.
Lowcountry Master Gardener Sandra Educate watches as Samantha Dewhirst, 9, picks up one of the red wiggler worms while Sieanna Heyward, 9, looks for more in the composting container Wednesday morning at the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club. Educate was there volunteering with fellow master gardener Carla Dinkle (not pictured) to teach the gardening club about using worms for composting.
Lowcountry Master Gardener Sandra Educate watches as Samantha Dewhirst, 9, picks up one of the red wiggler worms while Sieanna Heyward, 9, looks for more in the composting container Wednesday morning at the Bluffton Boys and Girls Club. Educate was there volunteering with fellow master gardener Carla Dinkle (not pictured) to teach the gardening club about using worms for composting.

The importance of worms

August 04, 2010 07:53 PM

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