Hiro's Bokashi Club Sign-up: July 6, 2019
*Your MUST RSVP by Tuesday, July 3*
Open to the Public!
Nobuko Miyamoto, leading a short FadangObon dance/song workshop!
Composting made easy—and less smelly—for your home, garden, balcony, or business! Learn how to compost using the Okinawan tradition of Bokashi, an anaerobic process that uses a special additive to ferment kitchen waste—including meat and dairy—into a healthy soil and nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants. This method uses a mix of microorganisms that combat food rotting bacteria (and rotting odors), increase the speed of decomposition and enhances plant growth.
Saturday, July 6, 2019
JACCC, 244 S. San Pedro Street.
- Workshop is free!
- Bag of Bokashi: $2, cash only
- Bucket Set (Bokashi not included): $12, cash only
- Sliding scale for low-income individuals!
Facilitated by SLT Food Coordinator Amy Honjiyo.
Questions? Email Amy,
- July 6th, 1–3pm @ JACCC
- September 7th, 1–3pm @ Zenshuji
- November 2nd, 1–3pm @JACCC
For more information:
Artwork by Sara Sumiko Montgomery.
- Metro Gold Line Little Tokyo Station, Red Line Civic Center Station, and DASH A bus.
- Recommended Parking: Aiso Parking Lot, 101 Judge John Aiso Street ($1/hour for first 2 hours; $4 flat rate after 5pm). More parking information can be found at
Phone Number (optional)
How many people are attending, including yourself?
How many Bags of Bokashi would you like for $2, at cost?
$2 covers the cost of materials (bran, EM probiotics & molasses). Sliding scale for low-income individuals. You can also donate $5-10 to help fund a free set for low-income individuals! CASH ONLY.
1 - $2
2 - $4
3 - $6
How many Bucket Sets (Bokashi not included) would you like for $12, at cost?
Bokashi composting set includes 2 buckets with a lid. Sliding scale for low-income individuals. $12 covers the cost of the materials. You can also donate $5-10 to help fund a free set for low-income individuals! CASH ONLY.
1 - $12 total
2 - $24 total
3 - $36 total
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