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"Olomana Gardens: Permaculture & Aquaponics (trailer) from World Class on Vimeo.
When Glenn Martinez and his wife Liz opened their farm in Waimänalo over a decade ago, Glenn knew he would farm organically. What he couldn't have…"
Sing along with Jack Johnson as he teaches Hawaii's youth the 3 R's: Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. The Kokua Hawai'i Foundation, founded by Jack and his wife Kim, shares the importance of caring for our precious planet with Hawaii's next…
When Glenn Martinez and his wife Liz opened their farm in Waimänalo over a decade ago, Glenn knew he would farm organically. What he couldn't have fathomed is how his farm would evolve over that decade, seamlessly aligning with the principles of Permaculture. And not by luck, mind you. Glenn is an articulate, mechanically minded, forward-thinking famer and stands by his convictions of education and hard work. It s no accident Olomana Gardens is leading the charge in Hawaii for aquaponics, one of the smartest and most sustainable ways to farm organically.
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