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650 Tourists Help A Community Plant Ginger

The quiet hillside community of Haddo in Westmoreland has remained unchanged for decades, with most commuters from Montego Bay to Savanna-la-Mar barely noticing the decades-old village signpost. But on January 22 2015, Haddo sparkled in the spotlight as hundreds of American tourists spent the day there planting 10 acres of high-grade organic ginger on land […]

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Join The Scotch Bonnet Pepper Challenge!

Scotch Bonnet Pepper Challenge

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Inspiring the next generation of organic farmers

At the scotch bonnet pepper seed farm headed by farmer, Slater Garwood we have inspired young adults to work

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Help distressed farmers cultivate vacant & under-farmed lands.

There are over 200,000 registered farmers in Jamaica of which 190,000 of them are small-holder farmers, each with under 12 acres

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Help Reduce the Importation of Foreign Food Into Jamaica

Consider these statistics: Jamaica spends over $1 Billion US dollars annually on food imports but only exports $250 Million US Dollars

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Northeastern university students learn from our onion farmer.

A group of 36 students and their professor visited Farm Up Jamaica’s Onion Farm in New Forest, Manchester.

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