The Climate-Smart Agriculture and Rural Enterprise Programme (SAEP), in collaboration with the Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs and Local Government, has conducted a workshop on nursery management.
The event, held at NaDMA’s Emergency Operational Centre in Belair, brought together more than 20 farmers to enhance their skills in sustainable agricultural practices.
Workshop participants were involved in both theoretical and practical sessions. The hands-on activities focused on ensuring that nurseries are equipped to sustain and nurture plants effectively, in order to promote optimal growth in agriculture.
SAEP, in an effort to foster agricultural resilience and innovation, also collaborated with the National Insurance Scheme (NIS) and the Caribbean Agricultural Research and Development Institute Foundation (CARDI) to enrich the workshop’s content and outreach.
Kenly Edwards, the Climate-Smart Agriculture Coordinator attached to SAEP, spoke on the initiative’s objectives and the importance of adopting climate-smart practices in agriculture.
Ministry of Carriacou and Petite Martinique Affairs