We strive to offer amazing value and fast fulfillment times for compost worms in Canada.
We also strive to become your preferred supplier for worms, castings and cocoons. We are confident our continuous improvement can provide irreplaceable value to our customers.
We are actively looking to partner with municipalities, organizations, local businesses, or individuals related to worm composting. If you are an educator, running a workshop, or in a related business, we would love to speak with you!
Stephen Cha, Owner- Steve was introduced to vegetable gardening at an early age by his parents and grandma and grew up in Mississauga, ON and Dundalk, ON. He graduated with a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Waterloo and worked for over 10 years as an engineer. He began community gardening in 2011, worm composting in 2013 and market gardening in 2016. His responsibilities include all aspects of the business including worm production, website design, online customer interaction, order fulfillment, social media and planning.
Christine Cha, Owner- Christine grew up helping on her family farm which included 10 acres of fruit orchards and chickens in small town Leamington, Ontario. She worked in the non-profit sector for several years after graduating from the University of Guelph with a B.A. in anthropology. She began worm composting in 2014 and market gardening in 2016 transforming urban backyards into vegetable gardens and selling the produce at the Aberfoyle Farmers Market for 2 years. You can find Christine helping with all aspects of the business while taking care of their son, Vincent.
More about how we started worm composting:
I (Stephen) was living in an apartment building in Guelph, Ontario in 2013 and I contacted a guy who was selling a half pound of compost worms. I was fascinated by the idea of composting indoors with worms and growing vegetables with homemade castings (worm poop).
I made the drive to meet the seller and I had no idea what I was going to get. Luckily, I did get some compost worms, just not the advertised amount. But I was still happy!
I then proceeded to buy a 150 liter plastic bin and dumped about 100 pounds of food waste in it as well as the worms. You can probably guess that I put way too much food in to start and it did not go well!
But I was still hooked and slowly began to learn how to take care of worms and also began using worm castings in the garden and had excellent results.
Fast forward to 2019 and we were fortunate enough to find our current home in Kitchener, ON and started gaining a vision for Mother Worms.
This site launched Spring 2021 and is another step forward to making it easier than ever to start worm composting and using worm castings in Canada.
Thank you for visiting and we wish you health, happiness, and success in your journey!
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