Over 20 years ago, a friend told Jack Chambers that he should go out and visit a local worm farm. That visit changed his life. On that beautiful summer day in 1992, he purchased a five-gallon bucket of worms, went home and placed them into his compost bin. The following day he left on a five day trip as a commercial airline pilot.
When Jack returned from his trip, he went out to the garden to check on the worms in his compost bin. He could not believe his eyes. The worms had converted the almost finished compost into a black and crumbly soil amendment. From that moment, he was hooked on worms and wanted to learn more about them and their process.