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Author:  PDX Purple Water [ Apr 27th, '12, 02:44 ]
Post subject:  Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop - Portland, Oregon

Join Portland Purple Water on May 5th, 2012 for our introductory aquaponics workshop - "Aquaponics for Everyone" - at our Beaverton showroom: 11325 SW Canyon Rd, Beaverton, OR 97005.

Learn the fundamentals of aquaponics, different system designs, and receive hands-on instruction with our demonstration systems. Cost is $75 per person - register online at http://www.pdxpurple.com

"Aquaponics for Everyone"
Saturday, May 5, 2012
9a - 4p
11325 SW Canyon Rd
Beaverton, OR 97005
503.922.3583
ppw@pdxpurple.com


$75 registration fee (system design plans available for additional fee)
Refreshments and lunch are provided
Space is limited, so register today

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Author:  arbe [ Apr 27th, '12, 05:46 ]
Post subject:  Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop - Portland, Oregon

I didn't know we could use this forum to promote our own businesses.

Author:  vlt [ Apr 27th, '12, 06:38 ]
Post subject:  Re: Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop - Portland, Oregon

Why pay for a stupid book when you could download more than that for FREE!

http://www.backyardaquaponics.com/Travi ... onics1.pdf

All you need to know about setting up an IBC system and MORE...

ITS FREE!!!

Author:  faye [ Apr 27th, '12, 08:01 ]
Post subject:  Re: Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop - Portland, Oregon

This is a place to share what is going on around the world in aquaponics. Advertising an event that is relevant is useful information for people in that area.

Author:  4xjbh [ Apr 27th, '12, 08:15 ]
Post subject:  Re: Introduction to Aquaponics Workshop - Portland, Oregon

Some people find manuals etc hard to understand. Often it is not until they see it in person that it clicks.

I deal with building developers that have been in the industry for 20 years and they still complain when they building is built and they say " I didn't know the room would be that small", despite having plans for 12 months and copious amounts of meetings......oops this is not the 'Rant' topic.....

James

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