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Climate-vulnerable communities in Jamaica get a boost

CLARENDON, JAMAICA (March 5, 2020): In an official handover ceremony today in the Alston District of Clarendon, Jamaica, five communities became the proud owners of INMED AquaponicsTM systems. The systems …

INMED Aquaponics Grows Opportunities in Clarendon

Via a partnership with the Ministry of Economic Growth and Job Creation, INMED Caribbean is installing community aquaponics systems in Clarendon, where residents continue to struggle with the devastating environmental …

INMED Selected as Finalist for the Zayed Sustainability Prize

STERLING, VA (October 14, 2019): INMED Partnerships for Children has been selected as one of three finalists in the food category for the prestigious Zayed Sustainability Prize 2020 for its …

INMED Caribbean brings the future of farming to Jamaica

Tanesha Wallace dreamed of starting her own commercial agri-business one day. For the past few years, she had been struggling to help support her widowed mother and younger siblings in …

Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture Training

Our first aquaponics training course for farmers in Jamaica was filled to capacity! Smallholder farmers and aspiring agriculture entrepreneurs gathered for three days of intensive training to help them launch …

Today is World Environment Day

Learn more about how INMED is using adaptive agriculture and aquaponics in South Africa, Jamaica and Peru to protect the environment, dramatically increase crop yields and generate year-round produce, fish …

The summer reading lists are out

The summer reading lists are out, and for those interested in gardening as a means of better nutrition, education and engagement, The Power of a Plant by Stephen Ritz is …

GlobalGiving Update

We made our goal! Thank you to everyone who contributed to INMED’s GlobalGiving campaign to raise $5,000 to kick start our Financing for Climate-Smart Aquaponics in Jamaica project. We not …

INMED’s Financing for Aquaponics program in Jamaica

Tanesah Wallace has always loved gardening and decided to combine her passion with her need to generate additional income. Her solution was to start her own home aquaponics farm—with the …

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 …

INMED Caribbean is on Facebook!

Stay up to date on the latest news in our adaptive agriculture and economic development programs in Jamaica. Leave a comment for INMED Caribbean Program Manager Paul Barrett. Like our …

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 …

A feature on INMED’s aquaponics program aired on TVJ News

A feature on INMED’s aquaponics program aired on TVJ News (the most-watched news program in Jamaica)  last week, generating a wave of interest from viewers. Over the last few years, …

INMED’s Adaptive Agriculture Program

Increasing dependence on food imports, declining agriculture and vulnerability to natural disasters are creating a health crisis of obesity and malnutrition in Jamaica. INMED’s Adaptive Agriculture program is using aquaponics …

Economic Development Through Aquaponics in Jamaica

INMED is pleased to announce its innovative “Increasing Access to Climate-Smart Agriculture (IACA)” aquaponics program in Jamaica, which is scheduled to launch early next year. The program will allow mid-level farmers, …