166 farmers in St Thomas and St Andrew are now certified in climate smart farming techniques to improve their produce while protecting their lands and the island’s water supply. According to an advisory from the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA), the farmers have successfully completed a 13-week climate smart land
Here’s an update from FORBES Magazine on the legal status of marijuana or ganja in Jamaica for those looking to add some ganja smoking to their next visit to Jamaica. Depending on whom you ask, Red Stripe, Rum and Reggae are the main reasons to take a trip to Jamaica.
Here’s the Tmrw.Tday Culture Fest 2018 schedule! 2018 SCHEDULE Don’t miss REDSELECTER playing on May 3! Check him out on Facebook: Redselecter About Redselecter Kingston, Jamaica based DJ and producer Redselecter (Christopher Edmonds) is at the forefront of the new wave of house and electronic music from the Caribbean.
KAYA Farms — a sister company to Kaya Herbhouse, home to Jamaica’s first legal medical cannabis dispensary — on Tuesday had its first official “cut” and harvest under the watchful eyes of the Cannabis Licensing Authority’s (CLA) interim Chief Executive Officer Augustus Staples at its farm in Drax Hall, St
Here are some photos of the Wag Water river in St. Mary, Jamaica. I was working on a community tourism project a while back and really really wanted to just hang out by the river for the day. Unfortunately I wasn’t really dressed for a river bath but it was
JMTC stages Beauty and the Beast! The Jamaica Junior Theatre presents Beauty and the Beast playing every Friday, Saturday and Sunday from January 12- February 18 at the Philip Sherlock Centre for the Creative Arts. Directed by Akeem Mignott and Danielle Stiebel. About JMTC The Jamaica Musical Theatre Company
Banyan Tribe Wellness & Yoga is excited to launch its YouTube channel! Banyan Tribe videos feature short yoga practices and meditations as well as information on Banyan Tribe’s wellness philosophy and principles. Banyan Tribe videos are created to help you to incorporate yoga and meditation into your day. Please check out
Here’s a photo taken of a young Jamaican boy and his donkey. You don’t see too many donkeys around anymore but they are still regular features of rural life in Jamaica. This was taken in Trelawny, also known in Jamaica as “yam country”. Jamaican boys and their donkey, Trelawny, Jamaica.
Join Banyan Tribe for its “Manifest Your Best 2018” Workshop. This workshop will be a unique opportunity for us to focus on achieving our goals for 2018, identify limiting beliefs and habits and ways to change them in a safe supportive space! With every new year, we enter a time