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Worms and You: A Dirtshop for Students & Educators


Earthworms and other decomposers, such as millipedes, pill bugs and springtails, all play an important role in the cycle of life that we are all a part of. One of our programs is visiting schools,  after school programs or Spring-Summer-Winter camp programs, educating students and teachers about the importance of composting, a natural process that converts organic biodegradable material into a dark, rich soil amendment, and the valuable role of earthworms and other decomposers. It is part of my environmental program, "S.T.E.M with E.S.T.E.E.M (Earth, Sustainability, Trees, Education, Eco-system and Moon): Bringing respect and admiration back to nature and ourselves." This has allowed me to offer opportunities for the students to apply S.T.E.M lessons, encourage the adoption of sustainable practices, and develop young stewards and ambassadors of the environment and agriculture. 

The worms and I would love an opportunity to visit your school, recreation camp, gardening club, special event, business, or church to discuss the wonderful things about composting, decomposers and sustainability. 


What we offer are:


Opening Up A Can Of Worms About Soil (45 - 60 minutes)

  • Students will learn how they contribute to Earth’s ecosystems, food-chains, and the health of our environments.
  • Subjects explored will include Earth, Life and Physical Sciences, and Nutrition/Health.
  • Students will have the opportunity to physically engage with vermicomposting worms and learn some of their characteristics.
  • Opportunity for your students to apply S.T.E.M (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) lessons
  • Students will participate in creating an actual ecosystem, also known as a “worm bin” or vermicomposting system, by providing the organic material needed for the system to thrive.
  • Vermicomposting system will remain with students for duration of the school year as they witness the organic material transform into nutrient rich soil.
  • There are also composting systems that compliment the learning experience


Cost: $5 per child (minimum $150; includes two worm bins and organic materials)

​Travel fees to:

  • Miami-Dade county $0
  • Broward county $35
  • Palm Beach county $45



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