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FREE Aquaponic Build/Project Day

Class: 9am to 1pm
Cost: FREE

Come to our FREE Aquaponic Build Day. If you have questions or a project that you would like to work on regarding Aquaponics -- then this is the event for you. We are going to open up our workshop and provide a place where anyone who is interested can come work and build projects using Aquaponics.

THERE IS ABSOLUTELY NO COST TO ATTEND!!!! Please feel free to come on down, pull up an chair and watch, discuss, and help out with any of the projects that are being built. Most people learn best by doing, so that is what we hope to provide -- a place to DO things!

If you would like to use our tools, there will be a slight fee to cover wear/tear and electricity, and of course we will have our kits and equipments for sale if you need anything.

BUT, the focus is on YOU and YOUR PROJECT -- please come on down and bring your ideas. Let's get DFW growing with Aquaponics!

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  • khalil

    Yes, i am hopeful that i can learn much from you about Aquaponics.. I was really concerned that i would have to go to Austin to learn

    October 8, 2013

  • dana w.

    furthering the discussion of passive solar heating/cheap greenhouses. a good education site is ...there is a discussion of using thermal mass to temper the day/night temp swing in the greenhouse without expensive heaters, etc. some good ways to add thermal mass are barrels of water stacked where the sun can reach them, gravel/stone, concrete flooring (somewhere in dallas they are tearing up a sidewalk as we speak - perfect pavestone material, i think). the thermal mass absorbs the daytime heat, keeping the plants and fish from overheating, hopefully, and then releasing that heat back to the greenhouse at night. (adam, i plan on adding some of those blue barrels to my shopping list.)

    this was an excellent learning op for me. thank you all for sharing your experience and ideas!

    October 7, 2013

  • Kim

    I enjoyed meeting everyone and the day was very informative. I am looking forward to the next event.

    October 6, 2013

    • dana w.

      we were talking about cheap greenhouse design - i saw a few on the net that looked easy - one guy built a hoop style out of pvc piping, wire mesh and 6mil poly sheeting - look halfway down the page:­

      October 7, 2013

  • david

    Informative and helpful and all the folks were friendly.

    October 6, 2013

  • Trampas n.

    Nice seeing your father an you again Adam
    Informative session as always

    October 6, 2013

  • Elba S.

    Had a great time

    October 6, 2013

  • Adam

    Today was a great day! I want to say thanks to everyone for coming out and helping to start a great new tradition for Aquaponics in the DFW area. We look forward to seeing everyone bring their projects to our next Community Build - on the first Saturday of November!

    October 5, 2013

  • Brian C.

    Would usually come to this but my Saturday mornings are tied up for the foreseeable future. Good luck and keep me updated as to what kind of projects are going on. Maybe i can help on other days or other ways.

    October 4, 2013

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