Case 2 - Resources
Appelhof, Mary. (1982). Worms Eat My Garbage. Kalamazoo, MI:
Flower Press. How to set up and maintain a worm composting system.
Appelhoff, Mary, Fenton, Mary Frances, and Harris, Barbara Loss.
(1993). Worms Eat Our Garbage: Classroom Activities for a Better
Environment. Kalamazoo, MI: Flower Press. A curriculum guide and
activity book for worm composting.
Bourgeois, Paulette. (1990). The Amazing Dirt Book. Reading,
MA: Adddison Wesley Publishing Company. Two dozen fun projects
for home or school.
Campbell, Stu. (1990). Let It Rot. Pownal, VT: Storey Communications.
The gardener's guide to composting.
Horton, Robert, Heimlick, Joseph E., Hollyer, James R., and
Owen, Bill. (1995). Soils Alive: From Tiny Rocks to Compost. Washington:
USDA, National 4-H Council. An environmental source book of activities
focusing on the living and non-living components of soil and their
relationship to the earth's natural cycles.
Ingram, Mrill. (1993). Bottle Biology. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt
Publishing Company. An idea book for exploring the world through
plastic bottles and other recyclable materials. Includes a chapter
Carey's Worm Ranch, 106 Pioneer Drive, Minooka, IL 60447, (815)
467-2668. Source for worm bins, worms, and worm composting manuals.
Mark Carey will set up classroom field trips to his worm ranch.