Update on Noah’s Leukemia

Aloha to all following our farm online. It has been some time since we updated the web site and Facebook page.

This is not a business related post but rather a personal one. We are a family owned farm and of course family comes first. In October of 2012 our family was dealt a card that most do not have to endure and that is close to every parents worst nightmare. One of our sons Noah (then four years old) was diagnosed with Leukemia. Since then life has stopped, then restarted again but its a completely different life, one of many ups and downs.

Of course our Noah and his little brother come first before anything else and we have had to spend a lot of time on Oahu (a neighboring island) for all of Noah’s chemotherapy treatments.

With that said, our farm is still running. With help of family and workers things still get done even when we have to be away from time to time. The farm is still producing between 500 and 700 pounds of high quality veggies per week.

Life has its ways of changing well made plans. Our family comes first but we also know that continuing to expand our farming operations and training facility will secure or families financial future.

If you are interested in following our Noah’s progress through a 3 and 1/2 year cancer treatment you are invited to check out his blog at:  www.caringbridge.org/visit/noahhosler

thanks for reading,

-Zac
Living Aquaponics Inc.