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Canceled Plant Aloha:  Homesteading Chickens and Quail (part 2) with Chris Hardenbrook of 13-Mile Farm

Canceled Plant Aloha: Homesteading Chickens and Quail (part 2) with Chris Hardenbrook of 13-Mile Farm

When:
May 24, 2018 @ 9:00 am – 12:30 pm Pacific/Honolulu Timezone
2018-05-24T09:00:00-10:00
2018-05-24T12:30:00-10:00
Where:
Hawaiian sanctuary
13-3194 Pahoa Kalapana Rd
Pāhoa, HI 96778
USA
Cost:
Free
Plant Aloha Hawaiian Sanctuary

Homesteading Chickens and Quail (part 2) with Chris Hardenbrook of 13-Mile Farm
Learn the why and how of incorporating chickens and quail into a homestead scenario.

Chris Hardenbrook and his wife, Leslie Sears, are owners of 13-Mile Farm in Kurtistown. They raise layer hens to supply local natural food stores with pastured eggs, and breed Black Australorp heritage chickens as an Advocate Member of the Sustainable Poultry Network. Chris’ latest adventure is importing Coturnix japonica quail hatching eggs from James-Marie Farms in Louisiana. His homestead hatchery will supply quail and chickens to Big Island landholders wanting a quality sustainable food source, and potentially extra income.

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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.

wade1Each 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: grow@hawaiiansanctuary.com.

 


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The Plant Aloha project is supported, in part,
by the County of Hawaii, Research & Development.

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