Join Transition Monmouth for the latest in our reskilling series, on the Bokashi method of composting, presented by Debbie Lee of Green Quest, who says: "Bokashi is a Japanese agricultural term meaning fermented organic matter.This system makes composting quick and effective first by creating black gold for your soil, then contributing to a healthy environment from decreased methane gas emissions and it greatly reduces the impact on landfills. As our community becomes more aware of the food cycle and its impact on our health, common sense solutions are availed to help us stop "the use and toss mentality" that has turned something as important as food into garbage. Farmers, Foodies and Gardeners all know that Food is too good to waste!" Sunday, Aug. 4, 11-3,Wampum Park, Eatontown (Rt. 35 and West Street). Kids activities available too. Bus passes right by the park http://www.njtransit.com/pdf/bus/T0832.pdf Sponsored by iDeserve Studio, Eatontown.
Sunday - August 04, 2013
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