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8:30-4:30 weekdays*

*Please call ahead to make sure we are in! Although we make every attempt to have the office open during these hours, at times we are both out of the office for education programs or technical assistance.

207-596-2040
893 West St (Rt 90)
Rockport, ME 04856

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    Tired of trudging out to the compost bin in winter - only to have your organic waste just sit there until spring?
    If so, bokashi may be for you!

    Bokashi, the Japanese word for “fermented organic matter,” is an anaerobic fermentation process that reduces one or two people's winter vegetable scraps to an amount that can be stored in a 32-gallon trash can until spring, when it can be buried directly in your garden or added to the compost bin for a quick finish!

    Knox-Lincoln Soil & Water Conservation District offered a workshop by Adam Tomash, long-time composter and MOFGA volunteer, on how to make your own bokashi bucket in October 2016 and about 20 folks have been bokashi-ing ever since.

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