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Tasha on bokashi composting.

Tasha Greer

Tasha has been an active herb gardener, foodie, and from-scratch cook since the year 2000. In 2014, she started homesteading for greater self-sufficiency in rural Surry County, North Carolina. She currently keeps dairy goats, chickens, ducks, a pet turkey, worms, and (occasionally) pigs. She gardens on about two acres and grows a large variety of annual and perennial edible, medicinal, and ecosystem support plants. She is an Extension Master Gardener Volunteer and teaches classes in her community related to Edible Landscaping, Organic Gardening, and Introduction to Permaculture. She has also co-authored several books about backyard chickens, livestock watering systems, and vinegar production.


We checked out her post on bokashi and saw a pic of our Bokashi Brothers Bokashi. We liked that, of course, so put the link here so you could check her site out. Very good stuff.


https://morningchores.com/?s=bokashi



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