Grade 2A Students Journal Bokashi Journey Across Clarion

Anoushka, Eva, and Matthew, three Grade 2A students at Clarion School, have been working hard to journal the Bokashi journey across Clarion. Bokashi is a method of composting food waste that uses beneficial bacteria to ferment the food scraps, making them safe to add to the soil. During Term 3 they have been keeping a journal of their experiences, which they have turned into a flipbook that is available for all learners across Clarion to access.

The flipbook is a great resource for anyone who is interested in learning more about Bokashi. It includes information about the history of Bokashi, how it works, and the benefits of using Bokashi to compost food waste. The flipbook also includes tips on how to get started with Bokashi, as well as a glossary of key terms.

We are so proud of Anoushka, Eva, and Matthew for their hard work on this project. They have done a great job of spreading the word about Bokashi and helping to make Clarion a more sustainable community.

We encourage everyone to learn more about Bokashi and to consider using it to compost food scraps. The flipbook created by Anoushka, Eva, and Matthew is a great resource for learning more about Bokashi.

Thank you to Anoushka, Eva, and Matthew for their hard work on this project.

You are making Clarion a more sustainable community!

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