GSC aims to protect our environment, reduce our community’s reliance on imported food and increase access to fresh local food, and nourish our people by engaging community members in cultivating self-sustaining food systems through small-scale family farms and gardens as well as community gardens. We do this by hosting workshops featuring modern farming techniques and more. Read more on past workshops, below. Be sure to join our mailing list for new workshop announcements.
Getting a fresh supply of eggs can be so rewarding! Join Guahan Sustainable Culture on Saturday, February 13, as we learn from the professionals from Hawaii’s Asagi Hatchery on how to raise your own productive flock.
Guåhan Sustainable Culture welcomed over 30 future chicken farmers to a Backyard Egg Production workshop that was conducted by the University of Guam’s Extension Specialist, Dr. Bob Barber along with Mark Acosta and Jessica Nanguata who are also from UOG. Read more here.
As part of its year long programming, Guåhan Sustainable Culture held its popular microgreens workshop for the seniors and residents of Summertown Estates. Through this activity, participants were able to bring their finished plantings home to care for and harvest on their own. Read more here.
On January 11, we partnered with the Hyatt Regency Guam Hotel for an awesome workshop where we demonstrated how to grow your own microgreens. Hyatt Executive Chef Mirko and his team then prepared some wonderful creations to taste test and demonstrate what microgreens can be used for at home. Read more here!
Olomana Airlift Pumping System
On Saturday July 27, GSC hosted a workshop with an impressive team of individuals from Northern Marianas College CREES (Cooperative Research Extension and Education Services).
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 methods. Read more on the workshop HERE.
55 attendees filled a classroom at University of Guam’s Agriculture and Life Sciences building on Saturday, April 6. Frank Cruz, expert horticulturist, shared his knowledge on the core principals of hydroponic cultivation with the class. Read more here!
Grow Your Own Micro-Greens Workshop
The Grow Your Own Microgreens workshop was a huge success! We’d like to extend a huge Thank You to all participants and to all those who lent a helping hand. We look forward to more opportunities to grow with you, Guam! Click HERE for more details and pictures of the event.