It was a full house for the Grow Your Own Microgreens workshop on Saturday March 2, 2019 at the Guam Museum.

Guåhan Sustainable Culture, in partnership with Village Micro-farm and GU Hydro, hosted a workshop on Microgreens. At this session, attendees learned more about microgreens, how to grow these nutrient-dense vegetable greens at home, and pick up a few tips or two on how to make a delicious and healthy meal you can enjoy anytime using microgreens. They were shown how to cultivate and maintain their own superfood garden to have a year-round supply of microgreens that can be added to home-cooked meals, take-out salads and sandwiches, or in smoothies and soups any time. Attendees also were able to plant their own two varieties of microgreens to take home and harvest on their own and participate in a food tasting demo at the end of the session.

Thank you to all the participants who came out to enjoy planting with us!

Special thanks to the Guam Museum, Village Micro-Farm & Ideal Advertising for helping to make this event a great success!

Instructor: David Crisostomo  –  Principal Consultant, D.C. Aquatics; Owner, Village Micro-Farm. To contact Dave, email microgreens.village@gmail.com.

For more information about our organization visit gusustainable.org,
Call 671.687.6491 or 671.687.6713 or email gusustainable@gmail.com

Stay tuned for our upcoming workshops

How to Hydroponics

Saturday, April 6

DIY Aquaponics for Beginners

Saturday, May 4

Times and location to be announced. For more details visit gusustainable.org or the Guåhan Sustainable Culture facebook page.


One thought on “Grow Your Own Microgreens Workshop

  1. Microgreens are amazing food surplus for a disease-free lifestyle. We at PracticalGrow grow different varieties of grass, which can be used as salad and has lots of health benefits.

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