Intro to aquaponics 3 hour workshop

  • May 4, 2013 · 9:00 AM
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Join us for a 3 hour workshop at the new farm location, from 9am-12pm. we will cover aquaponic basics, system design and function of all sizes, and tour the commercial facility.

If you would like to join the afternoon class, from 1-4 pm we will be covering the construction of the AP-300 system. In this How-To class we will walk through the construction process of our most popular food growing system from start to finish. A handout is included with a parts lists and step by step instructions.

It is not required that you attend the Intro to Ap class in order to attend the how-to, only that you are comfortable with the basic concepts of aquaponics, as we will not be covering basics topics during the how-to workshop.

For those just getting started in aquaponics and those who have been experimenting, this class is a must-do. Designed to save you the time and expense of trial and error, students will leave with information not offered anywhere else. 

The workshop is $55 or 2 for $100.

Please bring a chair if you have one, i have a few here. I will have plenty of ice water on hand.

hope to see you there,

Rob

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  • Monica P.

    Inspiring, Entertaining and very Informative! Couldn't think of anyone better suited to teach this workshop than Rob. I'm glad I took a morning out of my schedule to attend.

    May 13, 2013

  • Roberto

    I have attended several aquaponics courses from three other people in the Austin area and still manage to learn new tips/tricks and approaches to to building and maintaining these very productive systems. Rob's workshop is highly recommended.

    May 4, 2013

  • Lisa

    Well worth the time and money! Rob is a great teacher and gave so much practical advice. He is a very engaging speaker; you will not get bored. :-)

    May 4, 2013

  • Sara J.

    Has any of the member heard about a tree called Moringa? I would like to grow this tree. I have a video from the Discovery Health Channel that shows how it is grown in Senegal and also in India. The natives have found that it is so nutritious that they are able to stave off malnutrition and little babies are coming from a skeleton-like state to a healthy baby within 2 weeks with the seeds (which are the size of garbanzo beans and have all the protein amino acids) and the fruit that has omega oils and the flowers which the natives make perfume because of its fragrance, the roots (that taste like horseradish and have protein) and the leaves which have many health benefits that John Hopkins Medical School has published articles about. The video also shows how the seeds actually purify water and studies have been showing how the crushed seeds have a detoxifying effect on the body when taken internally.

    1 · April 27, 2013

  • Roberto

    I intend to be there.

    April 27, 2013

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