Here we’ll share our projects with you as they happen. Small, medium and large. Urban, rural and in-between. Community and household. Farm, field and back alley. Bokashi in all shapes and forms!
Read about some of them here!
Kokkoya Organics is an urban farm in the outskirts of Yangon. Organic, run by a great team of women, and supplying chemical-free vegetables on subscription to families in Yangon.
Chu Chu is a design workshop, shop and cafe selling products made from plastic they recycle themselves. They are based in a sandy lane on the “other side of the river” in Yangon.
Doh Eain is an urban renewal project in downtown Yangon. They are refurbishing back alleys one by one, transforming them from trash heaps to places where the community can gather, kids can play, and people can grow vegetables and flowers.
FarmBiz is a chemical-free farm in suburban Yangon. More of a showroom actually, to demonstrate how much can be done in a small space using organic methods and great gardening.
Clean Yangon, Green Yangon is an initiative in downtown Yangon where volunteers clean up street corners one by one, picking up trash from sidewalks and roads. Symbolic but valuable.
In Mandalay, there is a waterway in the heart of the city which has become a dump of epic proportions. The municipal government has plans to clean it up and get a grip on urban waste in general in the city, with a focus on community waste management and recycling.
(ေအာက္မွာျမန္မာလိုပါေသးတယ္ေနာ္) Here’s an inspiring story. On a spare corner of a community wasteland (=dump, basically) in Mandalay this guy is drying used tea leaves. He collects them from local tea shops on a regular basis and brings them here…
( 😊ေအာက္မွာျမန္မာလိုပါေသးတယ္ေနာ္ ) Feeding animals with kindness not plastic! This is from our friend Lee in India, he showed us how people leave their food waste outside their houses for the cows, goats and dogs. Nice and neat, no…
An independent scientific study that compares traditional composting (oxidization) of manure with fermentation of manure using the bokashi method shows the latter has significant advantages. The carbon footprint is presented on page 17. The results from the two methods are…
(ေအာက္မွာျမန္မာလိုပါေသးတယ္ေနာ္ ) We were caught in a flash flood one day and were surprised by all the palm leaves and other branches and leaves that suddenly filled the streets. The little orange waste container didn’t stand a chance! Municipal workers…
Lactic acid bacteria, yeast and phototrophic bacteria contained in EM-1 have the ability to ferment organic substances. Compost fermented and decomposed by EM is broken down in the soil and absorbed by plants. Also, EM contains many useful components to…
Just now it’s too early for us to have any testimonials, but we hope to have some soon. When we start up for real, and have some runs on the board, we will publish your feedback here. Good old-fashioned honest feedback is what we’re looking for, so we can spread the message to others and make our project into the best it possibly can be.