Voices of the sea: Waimānalo Aquaponics

Agriculture professor Ted Radovich shows the aquaponics systems at the Waimānalo Learning Center, where the University of Hawaiʻi (UH) researchers are working to improve aquaponics techniques and sharing their research with the community.

Public health researcher Jane Chung-Do is studying the societal impacts of aquaponics—from an improved diet to enhanced family and community connectedness. The guiding force behind the Waimānalo aquaculture movement is community leader, certified master gardener, and native Hawaiian cultural practitioner, Ilima Ho-Lastimosa. 

Watch other episodes at www.voiceofthesea.org.

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