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When worms turn

Ever so slowly, worms are invading the forests of New England, destroying the habitat for wildflowers, tree seedlings, and bugs.

By Beth Daley
Globe Staff / December 11, 2006

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Ordinarily, earthworms are considered gardeners' most trusted helpers, natural plows that churn dirt and deposit nutrient-rich beads of soil that feed plants. (Full article: 938 words)

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