Will County helps Tibbott fifth-graders start a worm-filled compost
BOLINGBROOK – Katie Palazzola’s fifth-graders at Tibbott Elementary School in Bolingbrook Friday became foster parents for a group of red worms that will eventually provide compost for seedlings in the school’s edible garden.
The worms and materials for the compost were delivered in a “worm bin” by Wyn Hyzer, an environmental educator for the Will County Land Use Department.
“These worms are the easiest classroom pet you’ll ever have,” she told the students. “They’ll create compost, which is a good, rich dirt, the kind of dirt you want to put in a garden.”
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