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Old and unwanted, they take on a new life. Wrapped around a family of worms, to keep their home warm for the winter. One woman’s trash is their gold.
Sprinkled onto the damp coir, they hesitate. Freed from their plastic-bagged prison, their tiny heads explore the bounty beneath them. Slowly but surely, they burrow down, disappearing to feed. Soon they will produce dark compost, blessing our garden with its … Continue reading
Without worms, no soil. Without soil, no plants. Without plants, no food. Slimy, small, seemingly insignificant; I watch them munching and burrowing, as I learn their true worth.