Heating a mealworm farm without Electricity

MealFlour teaches families how to grow mealworms as a more affordable and environmentally sustainable source of protein. In the highlands of Guatemala where we work, the cold is slowing down the reproduction of our mealworms which are kept in plastic bins. Because we work in rural areas we are trying to brainstorm ways to heat the farm that don’t require electricity.

  • : Gabrielle wimer
  • : gwimer12@gmail.com
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