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Posted March 16, 2017
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Soil from Spoiled: Engineering a Compost Habitat for Worms
Soil from Spoiled: Engineering a Compost Habitat for Worms
https://www.teachengineering.org/activities/view/uof-2378-engineering-compost-habitat-red-wigglers-worms

PostedThursday, February 13, 2020 at 11:32 PM

Updated03/19/2020

A unique activity for young learners that combines engineering and biology, students design an optimal environment for red wiggler worms in a compost bin. Students learn about living and non-living things, the habitat of red wigglers, how red wigglers help convert organic waste into soil, as well as composting in nature and as a sustainable practice.

A unique activity for young learners that combines engineering and biology, students design an optimal environment for red wiggler worms in a compost bin. Students learn about living and non-living things, the habitat of red wigglers, how red wigglers help convert organic waste into soil, as well as composting in nature and as a sustainable practice.

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