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Most children love worms, digging their hands into soil, and picking nutritious foods grown in backyard gardens – all the while learning about earth’s natural cycles. Part of a wholesome gardening experience is composting – a natural biological process in which worms and micro-organisms convert organic material (food scraps) into a dark nutrient-rich soil. Until recently, the combination of yard trimmings and unwanted food made...