Category: YouTube


By , 9 July 2012 07:30

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Here’s a video about bokashi made in the summer of 2008:

Directed and edited by Rita Jasper.

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Thanks to Carol Browne for the photo[s].

Ivan's Bokashi success

By , 27 September 2010 09:22

This is from last year….

Elanor's Bokashi Success

By , 27 September 2010 09:19

This is from last year….

Growing City Bokashi Demo

By , 22 August 2010 22:26

The folks of asked me to provide a bokashi kit for their composting options talk.

This is their presentation. The sound is not so good but the information come across well enough. Great job guys!

Get your bokashi kit today!

Andre's Bokashi success

By , 22 August 2010 21:29

Andre and partner tells us about their bokashi success.

Get your bokashi kit today!

Jeff's Bokashi success

By , 22 August 2010 21:22

Jeff tells us about his bokashi experience.

Get your bokashi kit today!

Bokashi in Spain – YouTube

By , 14 October 2008 23:48

I appreciate how the developers here have simplified the complexity and made it as easy as possible for many people to use bokashi. It is a great adaptation which I will see if I can implement.



Emily for Greenest Person on the Planet – YouTube

By , 29 July 2008 14:18

Emily – one my clients – won the semi-final of this  contest! She has a bokashi bucket in her company’s office and her mother is using bokashi on Bowen Island. Congratulations Emily!!



From an article in the Vancouver Sun:

Emily Jubenvill is more than just an environmentally minded Vancouverite.

She is the greenest person in Canada, and one of five people worldwide in the running to become the "Greenest Person on the Planet."

More than 600 people from 25 countries entered the contest, which posed a series of questions testing entrants’ eco-commitment.

Fifty of them were named finalists in the global search for the greenest person, with voters asked to cast their ballots for the top five contenders. Source

A good ending to a bad day

By , 9 April 2008 23:05

I have no control over what happens only how I respond to it. Usually in my other work, I am a duck and whatever people say to me rolls off. But not today. Within minutes of starting work, a few bad encounters started an anxiety attack. I wanted to quit right then and there, but I worked through it. Eventually, it passed with deep breathing and a hug [I asked for one] and I was able to get through the rest of the day.

When I got home and checked my daily zeitgeist I found this one:

The 50 Greatest Comedy Sketches of All Time

I stopped at No. 29 and as watched, all the shmutz of the day simply melted away.

Here, on live TV, without benefit of editing or retakes, Sid Caesar and Nanette Fabray silently mime a domestic dispute whose crescendos and valleys perfectly correspond to classical music. It’s brilliant, and there’s not much more to say.

Yep. I can sleep well tonight.


Client: Compost Guy on Greener Business Podcast

By , 2 March 2008 08:21

GreenerBusiness 16: Starting a Compost

One of my clients – Bentley Christie – is interviewed about composting by this online non-profit that “provides open graphic design and other services/projects.” Near the end, when Bentley talks about bokashi, they feature two of my photos. Here is one of them:

Bokashi composting at work #2

Credit for all Flickr Creative Commons photos is given at the end of the podcast.

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