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Vokashi Invitation, October 29th in Fort Greene

From Steve:
Dear Carrie McCracken TRUCE garden composters,
Looking forward to another  food waste deposit. I have prepared  an area
in a new planting box.  I am forwarding a communication from Vandra;
eco-entrepreneur and activist Board Member of the New York City Community
Garden Coalition. Vokashi  http://nyccgc.org/
She has invited us to be a part of an  exciting event reviewing
progress in spreading the potential benefits of Bokashi recycling.
I spoke with Vandra yesterday; and she would like to know if we
can attend and present word of our collaboration. Please share
with the participants at HCFS to see how many can attend and
share the flyer with your networks. The  sooner we get this technology inot
widespread use for environmental and agricultural benefits; the greener our
urban communities will be.
Invitation from Vandra:
As seasoned or new fermenters, I would really appreciate your attending this demonstration. While the program will include the basics of fermenting from making the bran, to watching a couple of the composting practices, I would also like to introduce other gardens using fermented food waste and the research that is going on at Brooklyn College.
 Want to recycle your food scraps? and help urban composting? Have you heard about fermenting food scraps? Do you know that fermented food scraps is good for composting and worm bins?
hear the developing story
of fermenting food waste in NYC
from fermenters, scientists, gardeners,
households and small businesses, all recycling their organic food waste and providing valuable resources for community garden composting
Saturday, October 29 @ 11:00 AM—2:00 PM*
Trilok Fusion Center for Arts and Education
143 Waverly Avenue, Fort Greene
rsvp to 718 623 1911 or vokashi@gmail.com
* made possible with grant from Councilmember Letitia James
Many thanks,

Vokashi – kitchen waste solution
2nd Place Winner – BPL’s PowerUp! Business Plan competition

Creating Better Garden Compost workshop on Sunday, September 11 from 3-5p.m.

This free workshop was canceled for Irene and is now scheduled again!

Creating Better Garden Compost
a WHINGS (West Harlem Initiative for Neighborhood Garden Sustainability) workshop event to share knowledge and build partnerships to produce more healthy food from community gardens, in the greater West Harlem area.
Sponsored and co- hosted by:
Carey King, Harlem Community Farm Share
Steven Kidd, Carrie McCracken TRUCE Garden

Sunday, September 11th at 3:00 p.m.
in Carrie McCracken TRUCE Garden
143-143 St. Nicholas Avenue between W. 117th and 118th Streets
Shig Matsukawa- Author “How to Recycle all Food Waste by Fermentation”
Expert in Bokashi system

Elaine Jefferson-“Oregon Farm Girl”, Oregon State University Engineer
specializing in hydroponics and vermiculture ( worm composting)

Letʼs meet, learn, and work together for better recycling.