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Events and Workshops Dec 2013

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EM & Bokashi Method Experience Activities
Tuesdays 9 am - 11 am. All Year Round.
Participate in garden activities and get experience in using EM and the bokashi method.

If you would like to participate, please contact Susan at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Also contact Susan for a bokashi workshop or a free tour of the bokashi composting done at El Sol Brillante and the Children’s Garden.

Activities take place at either the Children's Garden on 12th St & Ave B (southwest corner) East Village, Manhattan, NY
and/or at the El Sol Brillante Community Garden on 12th St between Ave A & B (middle of the block, south side)

Dec 6, 2013 Friday 6-9 pm
SJC Green Drinks + ART
Note change of location.

at the Hewn Arts Center (HAC)
140 Sip Ave, Jersey City, NJ
(Two blocks from the Journal Square PATH train station
directly across from the Culinary Conference Center)

SustainableJC.org - Sustainable Jersey City (SJC)
There will be an EM Bokashi tabling at this event.
Suggested donation: $10.00/person
See this event or join on SJC's Meetup or Facebook


Last Updated on Sunday, 22 December 2013 21:39
 

Bokashi - Home Use Instructions (Dec 1, 2013)

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Latest compilation of information on bokashi for home and garden use:

PDF file: 6 pages, 110 KB

Bokashi - Home Use Instructions
http://recyclefoodwaste.org/files/bokashiHomeUseInstructions.pdf

Last Updated on Monday, 02 December 2013 15:12
 

Earthworms on fermented food waste

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Lots of earthworms that feasted on fermented food waste; the abundance of microbes in the fermented food waste also provided lots of microbial food for the worms. See more videos here.

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