Aquaponics Oahu Garden OPEN HOUSE TOUR at 1722B 10th Ave. (Palolo Valley)
Sunday, March 10, 2013 from 2:00 PM to 4:00 PM (HST)
San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
If you are considering starting or expanding your home food garden, you may wish to consider AQUAPONIC GARDENS for your home. WHY? They are easy to operate at waist level, low cost to build and operate, food grows much faster with less work than traditional gardening. And when you relocate to another home, you can take it with you. We use fish in our garden for nutrienting and we eat the fist as well. Come to our HOME GARDEN IN PALOLO VALLEY and see how this could work for you. NO CHARGE FOR OUR TOURS. Aloha, Jay Ogden & Paulette Fukumoto, co-owners Call for questions: 590-3592
When & Where
Jay Ogden & Paulette Fukumoto
We are Permaculture trained and offer sustainability education which helps our local Oahu residents to live a more healthy, sustainable lifestyle while reducing the cost of food and energy for our island life. We believe growning our own food is a good way to assure ourselves that our food promotes good health and lowers costs, while giving us a heightened sense of security. We manufacture our garden systems using locally made and recycled materials. We encourage Do-It-Youselfers (DIY) to come work with us to reduce the cost of installation and fabrication.
Call us for our scheduled Garden Tours (Sundays 2-4pm).
We are also introducing our THREE HOUR Seminars in January 2014. Our first seminars are scheduled for January 11 (Sat 9am and 2pm), January 12 (Sun 2pm), January 18 (Sat 9am and 2pm), January 25 (Sat 9am & 2pm), January 26 (Sun 2pm) All seminars require an RSVP. Call 590-3592 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org for an RSVP. Seminar Fees are $30 per individual or couple or single (w/1 free guest) and $50 for family (3 + all members of the family may attend). Seminar & Tour Location: Kahalu'u, windward Oahu at 47-410 Pulama Rd. (Full Circle Nursery) Seminar Subject: How to build your own aquaponic garden in our shop, How to manage your garden for maximum food production, How to raise fish to eat from your garden.
Aloha, Jay Ogden & Paulette Fukumoto