Waikiki Elementary School Food Farm with Debbie Milikan

Pictures from our last EM� bokashi drying lesson... lots of fun! I'm looking forward to more adventures with EM� bokashi next year!

Summarizing the merits of using Effective Microorganisms (EM�) with 3rd grade students.

Summarizing the merits of using Effective Microorganisms (EM�) with 3rd grade students.

Debbie Milikan, School Food Farm coordinator with the Food Farm seen in the background

Debbie Milikan, School Food Farm coordinator with the Food Farm seen in the background

Waikiki School Students drying EM� Bokashi made previously

Waikiki School Students drying EM� Bokashi made previously

Students carefully drying out their EM� Bokashi

Students carefully drying out their EM� Bokashi

EM� Bokashi ready to use and broad cast around the garden plants or to recycle all solid food waste and transform into super soil after treatment

EM� Bokashi ready to use and broad cast around the garden plants or to recycle all solid food waste and transform into super soil after treatment

Follow their School Farm adventure by visiting their blog @ http://projectgreenwaikiki.blogspot.com/