Farm Up Jamaica announces its Ginger Root and Distillery Inauguration Expeditions

  Farm Up Jamaica facilitates volunteer service expeditions in rural farms in Jamaica. Farm Up Jamaica Expeditions allow participants to travel to Jamaica and work hand in hand with motivated farmers on various projects. We invite you to experience this unforgettable inter-cultural exchange as we venture into stunning landscapes and gracious communities. Our life-changing expeditions […]


Farm Up Jamaica ‘Shop Fi A Cause’

PRESS RELEASE – Farm Up Jamaica launched a groundbreaking new business partnership program called SHOP FI A CAUSE (Shop For a Cause) on November 26, 2016.  Through this program, participating businesses can fulfill their social responsibility by contributing a tax-deductible percentage of their sales to the Farm Up Jamaica charity.   It truly pays to […]

Counsel General Trudy Deans meet with FUJ Group

New Jamaica Consul General meets the Farm Up Jamaica Active Diaspora Group

PRESS RELEASE – On Saturday November 26, 2016 New York’s Jamaican Consul General, Trudy Deans paid a visit to Long Island to meet The Farm Up Jamaica Diaspora Group. Her first stop was at Sam’s Caribbean Marketplace where she was welcomed by Farm Up Jamaica board members and Jamaican diaspora from the Metropolitan region. During […]


Dr. Garvey to head Strategic R&D for Farm Up Jamaica

PRESS RELEASE – On December 15th 2016, son of Jamaica’s first national hero- Marcus Garvey and board certified cardiothoracic and vascular surgeon, Dr. Julius Garvey, was welcomed onto the Farm Up Jamaica Ltd. Executive Board. Similar to his father, Dr. Garvey wishes to help unite Jamaican Diaspora across the globe in order to create a […]


Fly Jamaica Airways sponsors a noble and patriotic cause, Farm Up Jamaica assists National Farm Queen to get on board

Our Jamaica Diaspora Agriculture Task Force has arranged for the Jamaica Agricultural Society’s (JAS) National Farm Queen to participate in a Study Abroad program as part of a new MOU with JAS. Dreymple Marsh, the Jamaican Dean of Delaware’s College of Agriculture will host Peta Gaye Stewart on campus where she will live in the […]


The scotch bonnet pepper seed farm – save a farmer’s greenhouse by helping him grow pepper seedlings

We have developed Jamaica’s first organic, non-GMO scotch bonnet pepper seed bank in Santa Cruz


The Onion Project – Organically grow onions to reduce importation

In the next twelve months, with your help, we can reduce the amount of onions imported into Jamaica.


The non-GMO corn project – grow healthy, “against the grain,” non-GMO corn”

Beginning with a test plot in October 2014, our long-term goal is to grow 100 acres of organically

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