Hi. I'm Mama.
I'm a stay-at-home-mom in the San Francisco Bay Area who became interested in vermicomposting while working on my other blog, Mama Does Good. I've experienced a lot in a short period of time. I've been scared of worms, I've shrieked at my worms, I've killed a bunch of worms (sorry, guys), I've brought them back from the dead (thank heaven for fast reproduction!), I've touched worms, I've held worms, I've handled huge mounds of squirming worms, and mostly I've learned to love my worms. I find great satisfaction digging into my bins every day or two to find thousands of happily munching, moist, squirming worms. It's a weird affliction, I know.
Anyways, it seemed like this might be a good opportunity for me to do a little stay-at-home work while my maniacal children are growing up.
There are lots of worm farmers out there. They sort of intimidate me. I thought that perhaps me, a regular mama, might not be so intimidating to the new vermicomposter. I ain't perfect, and I don't know it all. But I'm honest, I care about my worms, and I care about your happiness with my product.
Got questions? Send 'em!