Raising Earthworms for Fun and Profit

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Xlibris Corporation, Apr 20, 2011 - Reference - 110 pages
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COMPOSTING YOUR KITCHEN WASTE AND NEWSPAPER WITH EARTHWORMS IS EASY AND FUN. MORE IMPORTANTLY IT IS THE ENVIRONMENTALLY CORRECT THING TO DO -TURN YOUR HOUSE HOLD WASTE INTO VALUABLE ORGANIC FERTILIZERS. -TURN YOUR HOBBY INTO A MONEY MAKING OPERATION -LEARN A SURE FIRE WAY TO SELL THOSE WORMS -DO YOUR PART TO SAVE THE ENVIRONMENT -START ON A SHOE STRING GET THOSE WORMS FOR FREE! The amount of quality information in this book is astonishing.. - Andy Robins There never was an easier more satisfying way to supplement your income, Doc tells you how to do it.. J. Smith Everyone should be doing this... - Cherry Littlefield
 

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Dr. Merrill’s family were pioneers of the Seventh Day Adventist Colony in Eel Rock, California, in 1933. Eel Rock is located above the banks of the majestic North Fork of the Eel River, about twenty miles upriver from its junction with the South Fork at Dyersville. Because of the educational limitations of this sparsely populated rural area, the Merrill’s moved to Myers Flat on the more populous South Fork of the Eel in 1958. Dr. Merrill graduated from the South Fork High School in 1955 and received a BA in Physiology from the University of California at Berkeley, four years later. When Dr. Merrill graduated from the University of Southern California Medical School in 1963, he became the first person from Southern Humboldt County to become a medical doctor. After completing his internship and a year of surgical residency in California, Dr. Merrill moved to Minnesota, where he performed his Urology Residency under the late Don Creevy at the University of Minnesota Health Sciences Center in Minneapolis. He completed a National Institutes of Health Special Fellowship in Urology in 1969 and joined the university’s Urology faculty in 1971. In 1973, Dr. Merrill was recruited by the University of California at Davis to administer their Urology Residency program at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Martinez, California. Dr. Merrill served as chief of Urology at that institution until its closure in 1991. Dr. Merrill and his wife, Tina, have two daughters. They have lived in the Bay Area for the past thirty-nine years. Dr. Merrill has written numerous books and articles pertaining to the field of urology and several books on subjects not related to the medical field, as noted in the last pages of this book. This is his first work of fiction.

Dr. Merrill’s family were pioneers of the Seventh Day Adventist Colony in Eel Rock, California, in 1933. Eel Rock is located above the banks of the majestic North Fork of the Eel River, about twenty miles upriver from its junction with the South Fork at Dyersville. Because of the educational limitations of this sparsely populated rural area, the Merrill’s moved to Myers Flat on the more populous South Fork of the Eel in 1958. Dr. Merrill graduated from the South Fork High School in 1955 and received a BA in Physiology from the University of California at Berkeley, four years later. When Dr. Merrill graduated from the University of Southern California Medical School in 1963, he became the first person from Southern Humboldt County to become a medical doctor. After completing his internship and a year of surgical residency in California, Dr. Merrill moved to Minnesota, where he performed his Urology Residency under the late Don Creevy at the University of Minnesota Health Sciences Center in Minneapolis. He completed a National Institutes of Health Special Fellowship in Urology in 1969 and joined the university’s Urology faculty in 1971. In 1973, Dr. Merrill was recruited by the University of California at Davis to administer their Urology Residency program at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Martinez, California. Dr. Merrill served as chief of Urology at that institution until its closure in 1991. Dr. Merrill and his wife, Tina, have two daughters. They have lived in the Bay Area for the past thirty-nine years. Dr. Merrill has written numerous books and articles pertaining to the field of urology and several books on subjects not related to the medical field, as noted in the last pages of this book. This is his first work of fiction.

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