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City Lights: Break Down Compost and Learn About Bokashi

If you’re a home gardener, you might have considered composting at some point but tossed the idea when you got overwhelmed thinking about where to start. Or maybe you’ve been composting for a while now but are interested in finding a more thorough technique. Whatever your situation, you’ll find guidance in an upcoming virtual workshop. This Tuesday, regenerative gardening experts Ron McCord and Ed Lewis will discuss bokashi, a process in which kitchen waste ferments to form a compost “tea.” They will also discuss biochar, a byproduct from natural resource extraction that stores carbon and can improve soil quality for plants. […]