Rhonda Sherman

Chelsea Green Publishing

North Carolina State University


People in 110 countries have contacted Rhonda Sherman about vermicomposting during the past 26 years she’s spent working at North Carolina State University. Her new book, The Worm Farmer’s Handbook, was just published by Chelsea Green Publishing. She gives about 40 presentations annually, primarily about vermicomposting and composting on small and large scales. Sherman holds an annual vermicomposting conference that draws participants from around the world.

Rhonda is a contributor to Mother Earth News Fair Online.


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Vermicomposting Makes Sense for Homesteads

If you vermicompost on your homestead, it can increase your income. By mixing vermicast into your soil, your plants will grow faster and healthier, have higher yields, and repel pests and diseases. If you make enough vermicast to sell, you can charge $200 to $1,000 per cubic yard (compared with $30 for compost).
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