Bokashi is an easy way to manage food scraps generated from fruit time, student recess and lunches, as well as staff rooms. As it can take all food waste, including orange peel, bread and meat, it is ideal for all who are aiming towards zero waste.

Learn more about how other centres have set up their bokashi system:

Le Fevre Kindergarten

Kindergarten kids really impress when it comes to gardening with bokashi! Watch the children show you how it’s done, with the help of their teacher Ingrid White:

Warradale Primary School

In 2 of the videos below, Warradale Primary School give us a detailed walk-through of their bokashi process. In the first video you will hear from Danielle, Bokashi Monitor, and Ashley and Mikaela who are Food Garden Members.

Jan McFarlane, a teacher at Warradale Primary School, describes what led to their implementation of the bokashi systems, how it is “hassle free” for teachers, and their 100% success rate across all classrooms!

Christies Beach High School

Jean Svagan, Home Economics Teacher at Christies Beach High School talks about using Bokashi in her classroom:

Share your bokashi story …

Would you like to share your story of using Bokashi in your school or child care? Please do get in touch 🙂