Worm Wrangler

Worms & Vermicompost Sales, Support, and Education!

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Shop for Compost & Live Worms

We offer ethically grown, minimally packaged, earth-friendly vermicompost and gardening products.

We’ll even help you get started with vermicomposting and contribute to your gardening success.

Worm Wrangler Events & Services

We educate school groups, including home schools, and also support enthusiasts with advice and instruction

Our events and service offerings are great for individuals or classes. We can come to you with a custom tailored lesson and activities, or we can host a session at our worm farm facility and show you how it all works.

If you’re an enthusiast that just needs some advice, we do that too and have staff available to answer your questions in person or by phone & video call.

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Worm Farm Visit

A visit and tour of our worm farm. Guests are engaged and get hands on with the worms, learning all…
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Upcoming Events

We’re always up to something – if there’s anything coming up, you’ll see it here!

Our Worm Wrangler Mission

Reduce Waste, Feed Soil, Grow Community, and Live Sustainably

Vermicompost is a way of composting using earth worms. There are many great reasons to do this:

Finished compost is amazing for garden and house plants.
Reduce household waste. Your compostable waste becomes garden fuel.
Red Wiggler worms reproduce easily and are awesome pets.
Vermicompost bins are easy to maintain (about 10 mins/week).
Vermicomposting can be done in small spaces (such as apartments).
Worms add a lot to outdoor composters and gardens.
Composting is a great way to involve kids in caring for our earth.
It’s fun!
No really, it is definitely fun!
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Who Is The Worm Wrangler?

Meet Amanda Hunter M.Sc., B.S.A.

Amanda, Worm Wrangler

Amanda Hunter is the Worm Wrangler! She has both an M.Sc. and B.S.A. in soil science!

Amanda’s passions lies in exploring soil health and ecology, minimizing contributions to landfill, and sharing about composting with kids and adults. She thrives on empowering people to make positive changes in their community and the environment.

Vermicomposting lies at an interesting intersection of soil, environment, community and curiosity.

Amanda’s favorite thing to do is teach people about vermicomposting and how they can use it in their own lives to reduce their environmental impact.

Come explore the world of sustainability! My enthusiasm for soil and worms is contagious, so I love to share it with everyone. From homeschooled kids to school groups and community organizations, there’s something here for everybody – consultation services focusing on education and extension. Let’s get started today!
Amanda Hunter
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