Invasive earthworms are remaking our forests, and climate scientists are worried

By Maya Lach-Aidelbaum · CBC News · Posted: Aug 29, 2021


Year by year, a plethora of invasive earthworms have been quietly burrowing their way through our forests' leaf litter, grasslands and backyard gardens.

Although earthworms are beneficial for growing food, research shows they are harming our forests, and could potentially be contributing to climate change.

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