Unfortunately, I did not get many pictures and by the time the class finished it was too dark to see and get pictures of the tilapia tanks. I did not want to disrupt the class which was attended by almost 20 people by taking pictures.
It was a very interesting class and Tilapia Mama gave us so much information and provided us with some good resource information that we will be starting our tilapia system within the next couple of month. We first have to build the main tank and then get some fingerlings to start raising.
Cameron gathered up some duck weed for us which Lynda placed in some containers in the greenhouse, this will be used for food for the tilapia as well as for the chickens!
We also got to taste some of the edible flowers, garlic chives, and lettuce and even bring some plants home with us. As we move on with this project we will keep updating.
|Tilapia Mama's house in San Diego where the class was located.|
|Tilapia Mama's 4-barrel system.|