Aquaponics Program Expanded to Pearl City Complex

Aquaponics, Education, Featured, News on August 30th, 2011 2 Comments

The aquaponics pilot program that isisHawaii and Hapa Farms started at Highlands Intermediate School has been extended and expanded to the elementary schools in the Pearl City Complex for the 2011-2012 school year.  Hapa Farms will be adding a commercial-scale aquaponics system to the systems installed last year at the Highlands Intermediate Science Garden and will be working with the elementary schools to design systems for their campuses.  We will also be working with the teachers and staff at the schools to provide training in maintenance and food safety.

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  2. Kevin Chong says:

    Noticed your project at Pearl City Highlands and it looks great. My wife is a teacher at Waimalu elementary school and we too are doing aquaponics. Currently we have a successful 150gal setup but we are expanding ours to a 300 gallon and would like to take a look at the highlands setup. Is there a way we could check out larger systems to see how I can expand even further and share the knowledge. Let me know. email me back or call me at 271-2162…Kevin

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