As we continue with composting which we started last year, we have decided to participate in CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) from this year as well. This is a new initiative from 4Nature Co., Ltd., which also operates [1.2mile community compost], another initiative we participated in.
Our 5th compost bag is about to enter the “aging” period. We also started to use the nutritious soil made from our 4th compost bag to plant some vegetable seeds including some reuse ideas!
Today’s blog is about the “1.2mile community compost” project in which we are members of. There is only one month left for activities at COMMUNE Omotesando. Take a look at the progress and the efforts thus far from the members!
There are many efforts for sustainability in India. Today we talk about a resort on the hills of Coorg, India. This resort has decided to charge customers for leftover food in order to help reducing food waste! How do they do this?
Christmas is a special day all over the world but it is also not the most environmentally-friendly time either. This festive season has been the peak consumption period but you CAN actually have a more eco-friendly Christmas without loosing the fun! Here are some tips for a more greener and more sustainable festive season!
The compost made by the members has matured and ready to use. It's finally time to mix it with the soil and start planting vegetable seeds!
We are participating in the “1.2 mile community compost” project held at COMMUNE in Omotesando. As well as meeting various people, we’ve been learning more about circular economy initiatives starting with garbage from home and different knowledge about agriculture and food education.
We've harvested mixed leaf using our first compost from LFC Compost. For the second round of compost, we will be making carrots!
About 6 weeks have passed since our last compost journal. After the compost was complete, we put mixed leaf seeds for 2 weeks. See what it looks like now!
Our home composting challenge continues! Let's see how the composting is going after 3 weeks!