Tons of “high grade phosphate” fertilisers have been donated to the Bahamas by the Government of Morocco and is now available for purchase “at a very reasonable price,” two government ministers announced yesterday.
In collaboration with the College of the Bahamas, the Government is taking steps to establish a school of agriculture in North Andros.
Picewell Forbes, Plenipotentiary Representative of the Bahamas to the Caribbean Community presented his Letters of Credence to Secretary-General, Ambassador Irwin LaRocque, at the CARICOM Secretariat.
How is it that some Bahamians in high places seem to be blatantly militating and advocating against the very initiatives that are designed to stimulate national development?
Agricultural cooperatives and producer organisations came into focus during the Bahamas’ celebration of World Food Day, showcasing the role cooperatives play in improving food security and contributing to the eradication of hunger.
The Bahamas joins the international community in observing World Food Day on October 16, Agriculture and Marine Resources Minister V. Alfred Gray confirmed.
The Ministry for Grand Bahama and the Bahamas Agricultural and Industrial Corporation are tied at the hip as it relates agri-business and light manufacturing
The Agricultural Program, having been in existence for over 10 years, is soaring to new heights through perseverance, and through contributions from community-minded donors.
U.S. student Hilary Booker took on an agricultural sustainability project under the BAIC three years ago and is now launching a blog, to examine the complex, significant history of agriculture in The Bahamas and its effects today.