Olomana Gardens is a permaculture dedicated to inventing and designing modern, sustainable food growing systems from backyard to large scale farms. We are located in Hawaii on the windward side of Oahu.
We feature integrated natural systems of animals, composting and vermicomposting, including aquaponics combining fish raising and production of organic vegetables).
Our farm has a diverse and colorful collection of animals such as horses, chickens, ducks, geese, and goats. Many thousands of composting worms are hard at work turning organic waste and manures into natural fertilizer which is fed back into our growing systems.
- Local and international consulting/ installation for new or existing aquaponic systems.
- Workshops are hosted regularly.
- Small groups and school tours are welcome.
- Eggs and vegetables sold as available.
Contributor U.H. ATOLL program, videolearning.uhatoll.com
Our watchwords are:
MAD Make A Difference
HOT Hands On Training
STEAM Science Technology Engineering Agriculture Mathematics
Our postcard image at the top of the page features owner, Glenn Martinez, farm manager, Natalie Cash, horse/dog/chicken care person and web page editor, Liz Martinez (riding Baby, the Andalusian cross), plus a few of our goats, chickens, etc.