Bahamians face prosecution to the fullest extent of the law for harvesting undersize crawfish… a practice which will lead to eventual depletion.
College president Dr Betsy Vogel Boze said North Andros could be the home of the agriculture side of their small island sustainability programme.
Two schools in Abaco are using FOODY vertical growing tower systems to learn about growing food, and help feed themselves.
The Department of Marine Resources wishes to advise the general public of the closure of the Nassau Grouper (Epinephelus striatus) season for all of The Bahamas commencing 1st December 2011 to 29th February 2012.
BAIC is opening opportunities for Bahamians in food processing and horticulture through important contacts in Florida.
Bungling businessman (sic) Mark Finlayson has been removed as the president of Bahamas Supermarkets Limited (BSL) and has been replaced by his younger sister and brother – Nikki Finlayson-Boeuf and Rae Finlayson.
Rise in ocean temperature due to global warming triggered coral bleaching, the frequency of which is increasing, which caused the mass death of corals worldwide.
New Jersey-based pork and beef supplier, Kansas Packing dropped it’s lawsuit against City Market after receiving more than $81,000 in outstanding payments.
During derbies in Florida, more than 1,500 invasive lionfish were removed from the waters. An “Eat Lionfish” campaign is in progress to develop a commercial market for the predatory species.