"Have you ever thought of using plain old water with a piece of foam on top for some net pots? Ive had great success growing tomatoes and peppers in a water raft bed. You can also pick our brains at this…"
"Here are a few:
The Garden Guy -by Dave Owens
Extreme Gardening -also by Dave Owens
Edible Landscaping in the Desert Southwest -by The Herb Lady
Arizona Gardener's Guide -by Mary Irish
Cooking the Wild Southwest -by Carolyne…"
J Shocklie sent me a message saying they want to get involved with the gathering of materials for us ap people. They had good ideas with reusing stuff like spas and freezers that would make a great container for fish. I suggested using my website design skills to form a website showing materials available. I have registered the domain name livingwaterap.com, so if anyone out there knows where to get stuff either free or for a price please let me know.See More
"It is possible, thats how I got started doing AP. I never had fish or an aquarium so I thought that is a great place to start. I have a few videos of my aquarium ap adventure here on the bottom of this…"
Thank you for the link, I'll check it out. If you know of anyone with 'coop and pond', please let me know. If not, please consider putting a team together to host a table on the tour. Aquaponics is fascinating to say the least…"
George Brooks will be teaching my next backyard intro to aquaponics overview class on December 21, 2011, 5:30 pm to 7:00 pm. The location is the Home Grown Hydroponics Store at Broadway Rd and McClintock in Tempe Arizona. Here is the URL: http://www.homegrownhydro.com/classes.phpSee More
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Thank you for the link, I'll check it out. If you know of anyone with 'coop and pond', please let me know. If not, please consider putting a team together to host a table on the tour. Aquaponics is fascinating to say the least and I know the tour-goers would love to hear about it.
Welcome to the Valley Permaculture Alliance, a local 501C3 non-profit education organization that offers classes, training, activities, tours, events and demonstrations on various aspects of sustainable living around the Greater Phoenix Valley. You can read more about the VPA on the ‘About Us’ page, and explore the many groups and resources this Ning “social networking site” has to offer, as well as customize your own Profile Page and connect with new like-minded friends.
We encourage you to browse the discussions, blogs, videos, comments to get a feel for our incredibly resourceful community, and to share your interests as well. There are many volunteer opportunities to assist with classes and events, so please let me know if you are interested in helping out when available.
We offer a variety of classes to our members on a donation basis (usually $10 to $25) that goes toward venue hard-costs, also to our experienced and knowledgeable instructors, as well as to support the non-profit in providing quality education for improving our health, our communities and environment. See what classes you may be interested in attending atwww.phoenixpermaculture.org/events - and feel free to contact us with any questions.