Here in St. Vincent and the Grenadines, we are attempting to become a green island, looking at energy, at the way we conserve our environment. I believe Richmond Vale Academy is one of those places where you can get the information and education and certified programs in terms of what you really need to know about helping to save this world, our planet."
Community living made me feel like I belong somewhere - Also because everyone is passionate. We are conscious about how we best can help each other and the community as well. Living in RVA was good because I had to clean, going to the garden and being in the kitchen. I got to meet new people and have them teach me to acquire knowledge and competence; also teaching me how to live more sustainable. I learned a lot about biogas, climate change and gardening.
Before RVA's public awareness campaign, many Vincentians did not know what permaculture was. Dreams of getting gold in a global treelympics were farfetched and plastic bottles were an environmental menace. Organic food, GMO awareness and so on were not highly extent. Through RVA's intervention with its 2012 -2021 Climate Compliance agenda, SVG is now a different nation with a more positive environmental attitude."
Small Farmers Feed the World - Pass-it-On Sustainable Home Gardens
CFLI - Growing Climate Change Adaptation Capacity in St. Vincent
The Pass-It-On Sustainable Home Garden and how to make one!