St Kitts and Nevis Looks at Agro-Tourism

By: Caribbean Journal Staff - October 26, 2011

By the Caribbean Journal staff

St Kitts and Nevis Prime Minister Denzil Douglas got his first look at a proposed Agro-Tourism project in St Kitts Sir Gilles area, a 20-acre farm which would incorporate green agriculture, green energy and green tourism.

The project comes from an agreement between Douglas and Taiwanese Foreign Minister Timothy Chin-Tien Yang during an official visit to Taipei.

The project would include local and Taiwanese elements, including crops indigenous to both countries.

The project would include a number of other features, including a botanical garden and a look at the history of sugarcane in the federation.

A date for the groundbreaking will be announced shortly.

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