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Get Together Bokashi & EM NYC (Google Group email list)
This group meets monthly in NYC to share experiences and discuss projects using bokashi and EM (effective microorganisms). The projects can include food scrap recycling, food fermentation, soil remediation, dog run deodorizing, etc.
This group is open to anyone, but meets regularly in NYC.
To post messages to this group, subscribe to this google group by emailing to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it


Talk Bokashi & EM NYC (Google Group email list)
This email list is for general discussions on bokashi and EM (Effective Microorganisms) by/for those mainly doing bokashi and EM activities in the New York City region. This google group is open to anyone, but has been created for those who may be doing bokashi/EM activities in and around the NYC area.
You do not need to subscribe to this group to view all email messages which are viewable here. (Note that this is a new list.)
To post messages to this group, you'll have to subscribe to this google group by emailing to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it



 

Bokashi Workdays/Training

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EM & Bokashi Workdays/Training

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)

Wednesdays 9 am - 11 am (confirm by email below). All Year Round.
Participate in garden activities and get experience in using EM and the bokashi method.

If you would like to participate in these workday(s), 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.



 

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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Bokashi - Home Use Instructions (May 2014)

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

Version: May 12, 2014

PDF file: 8 pages, 214 KB

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

Last Updated on Wednesday, 13 August 2014 12:50