Vokashi BlogWhen we pickup your Vokashi bucket your food waste continues its journey back to the earth where it belongs. Glimpse into that journey, the Bokashi and composting processes and the science and dedication that goes along with our stewardship!
It feels like only yesterday that Vokashi took part in Mayor de Blasio’s Zero Waste Challenge of 2016. Running from February to June, it was a call for New York City businesses to reduce their landfill waste by 50%. In addition to increased recycling and donation of...
Discover how one author uses a compost-inspired method to heal the emotional wounds from half a decade spent in a cult.
Vokashi’s demonstration site exhibits three methods of composting fermented food waste
According to USEPA and USDA, the United States spends about one billion dollars a year to dispose of food waste. Americans throw away more than 25% of the food they prepare. In 2008, about 13% of the total municipal solid waste generated in the US was food scraps....
I am excited about adding EM-1 directly to sawdust that could then be used in larger bioremediation sites
Semifinalist Project: Will Mudballs Containing Effective Microbes Improve Water Quality in Ponds?
Winning Project: Creating Soil with Fermented Food Waste
It is just so encouraging to see these students studying the world of microorganisms
Through this project we will educate and engage students in waste reduction and soil remediation.
El Sol Brilliante garden a leading example of community collection.
Vokashi visits the Joseph Daniel Wilson garden to show group how to make the EM-1 inoculated bran needed to ferment food scraps
“I knew I couldn’t manage rotting food waste… so I began to search for an alternative method… I knew I had struck gold!”