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‘Worm Lady’ at work

Got worms? Lisa Chambers, “The Worm Lady,” certainly does. Harvesting the Red Wigglers, which she sells live, requires separating them from the soil (pictured) before weighing them. The multi-step process relies on the worms' rapid retreat from sunlight.

Photo by Mark Gibson
Got worms? Lisa Chambers, “The Worm Lady,” certainly does. Harvesting the Red Wigglers, which she sells live, requires separating them from the soil (pictured) before weighing them. The multi-step process relies on the worms' rapid retreat from sunlight.



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A placard in Lisa Chambers' front yard.

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Red Wigglers create compost through a combination of digestion and grinding organic matter.

It’s hard not to do a double-take when you walk past Lisa Chambers — it isn’t everyone who wears a T-shirt with “Got Worms?” emblazoned across the front...

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