Month: May 2010

Bokashi kids: LeFevre Kindergarten in Australia

Here at Le Fevre Kindergarten in South Australia the kids have been putting their leftover sandwiches and bananas into the Bokashi bin for 10 years. And growing their own fruit and veggies in these great raised beds. I bet there’s many more lovely stories…

Any Bokashi preschools out there?

We’re working here in Sweden with a lovely local preschool — it’s owned and run by the employees and they’re really committed to what they’re doing. One project they’ve started up lately is Bokashi composting. So now there’s no more kitchen waste (and they…

Bokashi kids in Gisborne

OK, so I have a soft spot for stories from New Zealand, but the thing is they’re doing a really good job downunder in getting kids involved in Bokashi composting and growing. Here’s a nice little story from the Scoop news site in NZ…

Bokashi in sunken beds

Here we’re busy building raised beds to get things to grow in this arctic climate (and they are definitely the way to go. Warm, well-drained soil and no digging or weeding required — perfect!) But in a decidedly warmer and drier part of the…

Bokashi thread with kiwi flavour

Here’s a thread on Bokashi composting that’s worth having a look at if you’re curious on what people out there in the “real world” think. Actually I think many of the postings are from New Zealand –my old homeland 🙂 but also a country that’s…

Greenhouse Bokashi — also a hit!

This is the result of another of winter’s Bokashi experiments. Super success and well-worth trying for anyone with a greenhouse. And with a winter season to deal with… We grow tomatoes in buckets in our greenhouse and at the end of the season there’s…

Summer dreams — in a store nearby!

W’ve had a bit of a winter pause on our blog here, sorry about that — we’ve been snowed under on all fronts it seems. But life has returned to this stubborn part of the world and any day now the last scraps of…

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