HXG Workshop: How to Make & Use Bokashi Compost
A hands-on workshop offered by the Board of Water Supply (BWS), the Friends of Halawa Xeriscape Garden (FOHXG), Jan Nadamoto will teach you how to make your own Bokashi mix and produce compost in a manageable space without smell, bugs, or heat.
Friday, January 26, 2018
6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
Halawa Xeriscape Garden
99-1268 Iwaena Street
Halawa Valley’s Central Park
$15 for general public and Friends of Halawa membership “Friend” level
$10 for supporting, corporate and lifetime memberships
(fee includes instruction, guidance and one gallon sized bag of Bokashi mix that will be ready to use approximately two weeks after the class)
We accept cash, check and most major credit cards.
Has the spread of the coconut rhinoceros beetle hampered your composting efforts? Have no fear, Bokashi is here! Come join us and instructor Jan Nadamoto to learn how to compost with microbacteria. Bokashi is a quick and easy way to turn food waste into compost through the use of a mix of local microbes. An advantage to Bokashi is that it’s a great way to create compost without strong odors or bugs. An alternative to traditional composting, the Bokashi method was discovered more than 30 years ago by Japanese microbiologist and organic farmer Dr. Teruo Higa. At this workshop, participants will be taught how Bokashi composting works and the variety of ways the mix and by-products can be used.
Advanced registration is required. Registration opens on Tuesday, January 9, 2018, and closes at 2 p.m. on Thursday, January 25, 2018, or when all spaces are filled. Call (808) 748-5315 or email email@example.com to register. BWS security requires full name and address of all participants.
See the 2017-2018 workshop schedule.