World Earthworm Day

The 21st October is world Earthworm Day. Get ready for a day to celebrate just how amazing earthworms are at turning waste into a valuable resource for gardening. We'll be re-launching our Earthworm Compost Survey as part of the celebrations and publishing articles on our website relating to composting. So spread the word and help us tell the world about why earthworms are such #SuperComposters this #WorldWormDay

Worms and Peace

Anna de la Vega
Worms are the worlds unsung heroes. Throughout the world worm farming is revolutionising agriculture and organic waste management, helping us move towards regenerative practices that have the capacity to directly tackle climate change and repair degraded soil.

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Anna de la Vega

Soil Pit Survey iRecord Form

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A new iRecord form has been developed by the Earthworm Society of Britain (ESB) to facilitate the recording of Soil Pit Survey data. This will enable the ESB to collect both earthworm species records and transect level data on abundance for soil pit surveying going forward.

Endo the Earthworm

Endo the Earthworm
Endo the Earthworm is a new educational project that aims to bring together puppetry, storytelling, music and environmental education to provide a rich and engaging experience for children (and their parents). In this blog, the Endo the Earthworm team tell the Earthworm Society of Britain about this project and how people can contribute to making Endo the Earthworm a reality.

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SuperComposters UK Virtual Meetup

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The theme for the 5th annual World Earthworm Day on 21st October 2020 will be SuperComposters – to celebrate the relationship between man, waste and worms! The Field Studies Council have teamed up with the Earthworm Society of Britain to put together a SuperComposters UK Virtual Meetup event for those interested in learning more about vermicomposting and the important role that earthworms can play in helping us deal with our waste.