A team of experts from Northern Marianas College flew in for a last minute workshop at the Dededo Farmer’s Co-op. The workshop, led by Augustine Maratita of NMC CREES (Cooperative Research Extension and Education Services) covered a hands-on DIY build of the Olomana Airlift Pumping System. Click here to read more.
Our Introduction to Aquaponics workshop was a one day class designed for beginning practitioners and those curious about this new agricultural paradigm. After a 2 hour in-class instruction, attendees rallied to UOG Triton Farm where they were able to see a full functioning Aquaponics system in action. More information and photos of the workshop can be viewed HERE.
It was a full classroom at the How-To Hydroponics workshop on Saturday, April 6 at University of Guam’s Agriculture and Life Sciences Building. Expert horticulturalist Frank Cruz shared his knowledge on the core principals of hydroponics cultivation, from seed to harvest, with 55 attendees. Click here to read more.
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Grow Your Own Microgreens Workshop
Our first Microgreens workshop was a huge success! We’re so grateful to all who attended and to those who lent helping hands. Click here for more info and pictures of the event! We look forward to growing more with you, Guam!
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