Miss Minerva Cutler of West Brooksville, Maine, is interviewed about David's Folly Farm and her earthworm business. Cutler explains that the earthworms were bred to help build healthy soil and serve as an alternative to the use of chemical fertilizer and sprays. Recorded in 1957.
agriculture, business, Blue Hill Peninsula, Hancock County, worms, guest houses, farms, sustainable agriculture, organic farming
History | Radio
Tape 37, part 2
Length of Audio Recording
WLBZ Radio, (January 01 1957) "Minerva Cutler Interviewed about David’s Folly Guest House and Earthworm Business". WLBZ Radio Station Records. MS 608. Tape 37, part 2. Special Collections, Raymond H. Fogler Library, University of Maine.