Saturday July 27, 2019 - GSC was fortunate enough to have a team of experts stop in Guam to do a last-minute workshop. Michael Ogo, Bill Joseph, Rush Faimau, Augustine Maratita from Northern Marianas College CREES (Cooperative Research Extension and Education Services) gave a two (2) hour workshop at the Dededo Farmer's Coop. The workshop, … Continue reading Olomana Airlift Pumping System
Dededo, Guam - Twenty four (24) participants attended Guåhan Sustainable Culture’s (GSC) first Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop on Saturday, May 25, at the Farmers’ Cooperative Association of Guam in Dededo. This marks the third in a series of workshops created to promote food security, inspire new and existing farmers, and raise awareness about sustainable agricultural … Continue reading Attendees Learn the Basics of Aquaponics
Mangilao, Guam - Fifty-five attendees filled up the classroom at the College of Natural and Applied Sciences at the University of Guam to learn the process of hydroponic farming. Michelle Crisostomo, President of Guåhan Sustainable Culture, was thrilled to host such a workshop. “Our organization is extremely passionate about food security, and I have … Continue reading Guåhan Sustainable Culture encourages Hydroponic growing
It was a full house for the Grow Your Own Microgreens workshop on Saturday March 2, 2019 at the Guam Museum.
On March 2, Guahan Sustainable Culture will conduct its first workshop –Grow Your Own Micro-Greens. What does growing microgreens have to do with sustainability? It’s a “small” beginning to a much larger undertaking – growing our own food contributes to sustaining our environment for future generations. There are also other benefits to growing our own … Continue reading Growing Our Own Food – Is It Sustainable?