Nevis: The land in Brown Hill has turned into a farm to produce significant quantities of food in Nevis. Premier Mark Brantley expressed pleasure and lauded the Brown Hill Management Team for their innovative farming techniques.
He stated, “Something good is happening in Nevis.”
Premier Brantley shared glimpses of the farm and said that the produce will be shared with the community and local outlets. He also lauded the Brown Hill Management team.
He said, “On a tiny plot of land in Brown Hill, the Brown Hill Management Team has created a farm that is producing significant quantities of food. This produce is being shared to the community and to local outlets.”
While appreciating the volunteers, Premier Mark Brantley said the idea was generated by the volunteers from the community. The government was not involved in the formation of the farm.
He said that the volunteers came forward by themselves as they loved their land and wanted to give back to Nevis. Brantley added, “What is incredible is that this farm is run by volunteers from the community. There is no government involvement. This is their farm, their idea, their labour, their way of giving back to Nevis, the land they love.”
He further emphasized that St Kitts and Nevis must look at the group and learn the new techniques of community farming. Premier Brantley added that with this innovation, the country could achieve something truly transformative.
“I truly believe that the entire Federation needs to take a look at what this group is doing because if we can replicate this community farming effort across the nation, we will have achieved something truly transformative.”
He applauded the team and extended gratitude for their selfless service to Nevis. He said that their efforts will enhance food security and farming techniques across the country.
“I applaud the Brown Hill Management Team and thank their members for their selfless service to their community and to their efforts in creating greater food security and food sovereignty on our beloved Nevis.”
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