Plant Aloha: Aquaponics with Jeremai Cann
April 26 @ 9:00 am - 12:30 pmFree
Aquaponics with Jeremai Cann
In this class learn to build your own highly productive and sustainable aquaponics garden system. It is easy to grow food, flowers, and herbs with aquaponics. By combining fish rearing (aquaculture) and growing plants in water (hydroponics) we can maximize the growing potential of both systems. Topics to be covered; hydroponics, aquaculture, water quality, system cycling and construction.
Jeremai Cann is known as “Dr. Sustainability” on Oahu, Jeremai Cann is a Jamaican-born islander who was first taught about growing food by his parents on their family land where he learned that water is key to life. A graduate of the University of Florida, he entered the environmental field professionally in 1996 as an Environmental Compliance Inspector with the Miami-Dade County of Florida. During this time he gained an avid interest in alternative energy systems and organic agriculture. Moving to Oahu in 2004, Jeremai kindled his passion for eco-friendly education as a consultant and teacher of renewable energy and sustainability. Dr. Sustainability now resides in Orchidland in the Puna District of Hawaii Island where he builds and sells tiny homes and continues to offer his environmental consultation and educational services to island neighbors near and far.
Plant Aloha Series
Hawaiian Sanctuary is proud to present: Plant Aloha, a FREE educational series of sustainable farming classes. Every Thursday morning, from 9:00am until 12:30pm, with special Saturday monthly offerings, led by local and visiting experts.
The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part, by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development. We are looking for support to complete and enhance this amazing FREE program. Please give what you can.
Each class starts promptly with a lecture and Q&A before a hands-on farm experience. Come prepared with notepad and writing utensil, closed toed shoes, sun hat, and gloves.
View the full Plant Aloha Series schedule on our Calendar.
Space is limited, please register by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.