Who is it for?
The Worm Farming Alliance group was originally created for those wanting to launch, or further develop, a worm farming business. This is still a major focus, but our member base contains a diversity of people from all walks on life, and with a variety of goals and interests. Plain and simple, if you are interested in moving beyond "hobby level" worm farming, there’s a good chance the WFA is right for you!
I can learn and do it on my own
To be honest, yes you can but depending on your personal skills, knowledge and experience it might take you more or less time, more or less struggle, doing a lot of trials and errors. It is always faster to learn from the mistakes of others and then add our own experiments and style. You don't have to join in and copy what others are doing but it is very valuable to be able to get a glimpse into how big boys and girls (such as George Mingin from Kookaburra Worm Farms in Australia or Heather Rinaldi from Texas Worm Ranch in the US) are running their worm farming business. Take many input, filter out, keep what suits you, process it, make it your own.
I have decided to give away a copy of my new BSFL eBook ($3.99) to all new Worm Farming Alliance members. To be eligible to get this offer, you need to:
- Subscribe to the Worm Farming Alliance by clicking the button below. If you need more time to think about it, please bookmark this page and come back when you are decided.
- Contact me to let me know you have subscribed.
- Note: to be eligible, you need to signup from this page.