Posts Tagged ‘kickstarter’

Throw To Grow Profile Series: Matthew Lynch / Permablitz HI

“Growing your own food is one of the most radical and revolutionary acts that you can possibly do.” Matthew Lynch

In this installment of the Throw To Grow Profile Series, we meet Matthew Lynch. Founder of The Asia-Pacific Center for Regenerative Design and permaculture guru. Matthew Lynch has lived several lives. Once a banker, Matt built a small fortune in his 20’s and then lost it in the economic shit storm of 2006/07. Matthew saw oppurtunity where many of us saw devastation. Matt did what most of us dream to do. He traveled the world.
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E1T1 and Throw To Grow in the News!!

Yesterday, Monday Feb 6, the Honolulu Star Advertiser published an awesome article on Each One Teach One Farms and our Throw To Grow project. Check it out below!

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Throw To Grow a SUCCESS!

We did it!! If you haven’t yet heard the news, the Throw to Grow Kickstarter project has been funded. In fact, the project has been overfunded by 130+ generous backers bringing in a total of $15,789.

Wow! I’m absolutely humbled by the support this project has received and I thank you all for your pledges. I thank you for believing in my vision.

It’s been a wild ride so far, but this is only the beginning. YOU are now a part of this New Trash Revolution. I look forward to changing the way the world thinks about waste with you.

 Aloha,
Jim DiCarlo
Visit www.ThrowToGrow.com to learn more about Throw To Grow and stay updated with the New Trash Revolution.

Throw To Grow Hits $10k + Media Coverage

OMG! Throw To Grow has raised more than $10,000 as of just a few minutes ago. The pledges keep coming in.

Thank you so much to everyone who has pledged and gotten us to this point! We’re doing it!!

Throw To Grow has also gotten covered by some awesome newspapers, magazines and blogs. Check out some of our recent press:

THROW TO GROW ON FRANK 151 – Global cutting edge style and culture magazine, Frank151 from NYC covers Throw To Grow and the New Trash Revolution

EACH ONE TEACH ONE SEEKS FUNDS FOR FOOD WASTE RECYCLING PROJECT – Hawaii Business Magazine’s blog

THROW TO GROW BRINGS BOKASHI BUCKETS TO THE MASSES – Honolulu Pulse, powered by HI’s premier daily print newspaper, Honolulu Star Advertiser.

CLICK HERE to make your pledge and join the New Trash Revolution

Honolulu Pulse Covers Throw To Grow and Bokashi Buckets

Honolulu Pulse, powered by the Star Advertiser Newspaper just published a great article on our Throw To Grow fundraiser and Bokashi composting!

BY NINA WU / nwu@staradvertiser.com

Ever heard of a Bokashi Bucket?

North Shore resident Jim DiCarlo, 31, is hoping to get one in your hands and explain how it works as part of his Throw to Grow Project. It’s all part of his mission to change the way the world thinks about waste.

A Bokashi Bucket is basically an anaerobic composting system which transforms food into rich, gardening soil. You throw food scraps into the bucket, sprinkle with a special “Bokashi mix” (made up of wheat bran infused with microorganisms), seal a lid on tight, and eventually it will all ferment.

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View Throw To Grow on Kickstarter and pledge your donation to the New Trash Revolution!

Throw To Grow / Bokashi In The News!

Today, some photos were taken for an article on Bokashi composting and our Throw to Grow food waste recycling project for an upcoming article in the Honolulu Star Advertiser newspaper. Keep a look out here on the site for when the story is published.

This is Dennis Oda. He was the photog shooting for the Star Advertiser article today. Dennis has been shooting photos for the newspaper longer than I’ve been alive. He has seen it all and has got some stories to tell, to say the least. Dennis is a real OG and all around rad guy!

Don’t know about Throw to Grow? Well, Throw To Grow is the beginning of a new trash revolution. Throw To Grow is a food waste recycling pilot project being launched by E1T1 Farms in Hawaii that will implement the innovative Bokashi fermentation method on a large scale to rapidly recycle food waste into good soil in a clean and green way. We need your support to get started. We’re using KICKSTARTER to raise funds. Please watch the video below and go HERE to pledge your donation. We appreciate your support!

Throw to Grow Art Show Recap

Big thanks to all who came out and supported the Throw To Grow Art Show this past Friday at Fresh Cafe. Mahalo to the incredible artists that painted the Bokashi Buckets. They look siiiick! You will soon be able to get one of these beauties by pledging a donation to the Throw To Grow KICKSTARTER. The new reward tier will be up in a day or so…1st come 1st served, so keep an eye out. Also, thank you to Paul Izak, Roothub and Dieter Runge’s band Alice Neel for the good tunes all night. We had a blast! Check the flicks below. Honolulu PULSE was there too shooting photos. You can find their coverage of the event HERE.

Kaboe and Sunny Phono’s Bokashi Buckets arrive to Fresh Cafe from LA just in the nick of time.

Kaboe’s Bokashi Bucket

Kumi and Kelly showing off Dieter Runge’s Bokashi Bucket.

(L to R) Kaboe, Patrick Parker, B3@k, Dieter Runge, Sunny Phono

Patrick Parker

Taylor (Alice Neel Band) & Paul Izak

The lovely Rea Fox and Jim DiCarlo (E1T1 Farms)

Bother’s Boashi Bucket – The chef is cooking up Nato, a fermented bean to tie in with Bokashi fermentation going on inside the bucket. Great concept and awesome artwork!

Dieter and friends.

Roothub’s music is amazing. If you don’t know, go check him at Roothub.com.

Artist, Patrick Parker w/his Bokashi Bucket

Jim Dicarlo and friend, Steve Kiser.

Alice Neel band