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Morning Coffee with PBC Jamaica

Morning Coffee with PBC Jamaica

Watch the Morning Coffee Talk with PBC Jamaica about INMED Aquaponics®. INMED Partnerships for Children’s COO Kristin Callahan and INMED Caribbean’s Programme Manager Sherica Campbell discuss the INMED Aquaponics® program and training. Watch to learn how you can become involved in INMED Aquaponics® too.

 

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New Partnership to Expand Aquaponics Farming in Jamaica

New Partnership to Expand Aquaponics Farming in Jamaica

CLARENDON, JAMAICA (20 May 2022): The agriculture sector in Jamaica will get a boost with the launch of a new adaptive agriculture initiative today. The INMED Aquaponics® Social Enterprise (INMED ASE)  will provide training and support to help smallholder farmers and emerging entrepreneurs establish agro-enterprises throughout the island for food security, climate adaptation and sustainable livelihoods.

Global humanitarian development NGO INMED Partnerships for Children has partnered with Jamaica 4-H Clubs to implement the first INMED ASE hub farm and training centre on a 14-acre parcel of land in Vernamfield, Clarendon. The hub farm includes a commercial-size aquaponics system with 1,000 ft2 of grow space for fresh vegetables and fruits and over 5,000 gallons of water for fish, and  the capacity to generate, process and ready-for-market about 10 tons of total produc annually], operated on solar power, and training facilities.… Read the rest...