Bokashi in the world

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 talking about how kids at the Te Kainga Whaiora Childrens Health Camp are getting involved in transforming the food waste from the kitchen into soil where they can grow new veggies.

Spot on.

And really encouraging to see everyone getting involved: kids, council staff, and the local community. And by the way, whanau means family in maori. A wide and warm concept.

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