Digging beneath the surface on earthworms

Earthworms can be beneficial in agricultural soils, but they can be destructive in the glaciated portion of our continent
Earthworms can be beneficial in agricultural soils, but they can be destructive in the glaciated portion of our continent

We use them for fishing and we use them for composting, but that doesn’t mean earthworms are all that nice to have around. In this edition of North Woods Phenology, Jay Andersen, with WTIP North Shore Community Radio, speaks with local naturalist Chel Anderson about why worms are bad for the ecosystem.

Chel Anderson is a botanist and plant ecologist living in Cook County, Minnesota.

Photo courtesy of pfly via Flickr.


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