Nancy and her friend decided they needed to let people know how worms benefit gardeners and composters. They also became aware of how the worms benefit the need to prevent food waste and more from going to the landfill.
Nancy says that the worms and their unique ability to provide a great organic soil enhancer that is more beneficial than store bought fertilizers, and that this, in turn, will protect the ponds that are prevalent in Rhode Island.
The worms will reduce your garbage and provide you with the soil enhancer.
The Worm Ladies sell worms, castings (worm poop), worm bins, and books. Their products are sold online , at the Charlestown location, at Farmers Markets, and community events.
Massachusetts State Police are investigating after a fiery late-night car crash in Fall River.
Four of five town councilors are facing a recall election in Exeter.
State police are trying to determine why a 32-year-old woman who died after being struck by two vehicles on Route 6 in Yarmouth was walking on the highway.
Providence police are investigating a reported stabbing that happened early Sunday morning.
A house fire in Tiverton is under investigation after firefighters responded to a late night blaze on Main Road late Saturday night.