We are a Minnesota business dedicated to the value of helping people produce life from what is normally wasted. Our mission is to provide solutions to convert household organic’s into soil.
There are three ways to make compost.
Bokashi Composting – A anaerobic (without air) method that uses micro-organisms to ferment organics. Similar to brewing alcohol but instead we’re fermenting and then adding it to the garden as a fertilizer.
Worm Composting – Using worms to physically break down food-scraps.
Conventional Composting – This outdoor method uses heat to break down organic matter into soil.
Each method has its own advantages. Live in a apartment? It’s hard to beat Bokashi composting. Worm Composting is great for those who like to be hands on and have a cool dark space, like a basement. Conventional composting requires you to have a outdoor space like a backyard.