Heather Rinaldi

Texas Worm Ranch


Heather Rinaldi’s earliest memories include gardening and raising livestock with her family. Her lifelong connection with the soil led her to research soil microbiology in an effort to naturally improve production for farmers, ranchers, and urban homesteaders. Rinaldi enjoys waxing poetic on the merits of worms, fungi, bacteria, and protozoa in our soil ecosystem, which leads to lots of missed party invitations (but can solve all the perplexing problems you have with your property). To learn more about the Texas Worm Ranch and the herds of worms that process more than 100 tons of organic material a year into biologically rich worm castings, contact Rinaldi via the worm ranch’s website.

Heather will be speaking at the Texas Fairs


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Microbes Matter How to build soil biology for maximum garden health and production

Learn how you can improve your soil for everything you want to grow in the garden. Heather Rinaldi of the Texas Worm Ranch goes into detail on how you can build a healthy soil microbe community that transforms and enhances soil life for maximum plant health and production. Without this complex soil ecosystem, your plants cannot reach maximum nutrient density or yield. Discover how to regenerate your soil life and be part of the solution for healthy people, healthy community, and a healthy planet.
Organic Gardening

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Texas, Saturday 10:00-11:00 a.m., Heirloom Gardener Stage