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Published on Apr 13, 2012
Elizabeth Schmick and Beth Runcie commit to partnering with faith-based organizations to create employment opportunities for marginalized community members. The program will work with local churches to set up assembly centers, where underserved individuals will receive payment to assemble bags of soil-enriching worm castings to be sold within the community. The program will launch in Des Moines and the Quad Cities in Iowa, as well as in Portland, Oregon. By the end of this year, the two women will engage 10 different faith organizations in Iowa and 10 in Portland, to either sell products or sponsor an assembly center. Each organization will commit to selling 100 bags per month. They will also launch a website to sell kits and track the story of their commitment.