SYNOPSIS
In September 2010 the 5 day long Armstrong IPE piloted a program to process 2 tons of food fair scraps anaerobically using microorganisms.  This process, known as bokashi, ferments food scraps to create a nutrient rich natural fertilizer. Three weeks later the bokashi was tilled into a farmerís field. The bokashi movie documents the pilot project while illustrating the effectiveness, benefits and scalability of bokashi fermentation in aiding the reduction compostable materials in landfills. You'll meet the people behind the project and learn why they believe the project was an important step in finding ways to reduce what was sent to the landfill and enhance the local agriculture. ENTER SITE