Fund Climate-Smart Aquaponics for 130 Jamaicans

Fund Climate-Smart Aquaponics for 130 Jamaicans

Today, INMED is launching a 3-week campaign on Global Giving to fund an exciting new aquaponics project to help small food producers whose livelihoods are threatened by climate change. We invite you to watch this video to learn how aquaponics can improve food security, health and income generation for small-scale producers, women, youth and people with disabilities. Then, join our cause to start 130 aquaponics enterprises in Jamaica, which has suffered devastating droughts and flooding over the past several years! If we can raise $5,000 by March 31, Global Giving will match our funds. Learn more and invest in the future of a deserving small food producer.Read the rest...

INMED’s innovative Adaptive Agriculture program

INMED’s innovative Adaptive Agriculture program

INMED’s innovative Adaptive Agriculture program is fostering social, economic and environmental advancement in Jamaica. In Part 1 of this 2-part video, Television Jamaica interviews INMED Caribbean Program Manager Paul Barrett about the inner workings of a 2,500 SF INMED aquaponic system at Knocklava Agricultural School, where this innovative adaptive agriculture method is used as a tool for helping students develop marketable skills and generate income for the school by selling the produce to local hotels.  

INMED Aquaponics Fosters Skills Development and Income Generation in Jamaica

In Part 1 of this 2-part video, Television Jamaica interviews INMED Caribbean Program Manager Paul Barrett about the innerworkings of a 2,500 SF INMED aquaponic system at Knocklava Agricultural School, where this innovative adaptive agriculture method is used as a tool for helping students develop marketable skills and generate income for the school by selling the produce to local hotels.… Read the rest...