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Barbados Community College came to visit today....!

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2 weeks ago
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Some of cassava harvest! Not bad for a sand mine.

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2 weeks ago
South Lake Food Forest

Starting in 2015, the mined out site was regraded, a little mulch introduced, beans planted, a period of observation and then in Jan 2016 the eventual planting pattern evolved and was implemented. ... See more

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2 weeks ago
Tree planting at Walkers

We recently had two group of visiting students, one the cub scouts and the second from Royal Alexander & Albert School in the UK paired up with scouts of Barbados to come and plant some trees at ... See more

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2 weeks ago
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Our diverse alleyways are loaded with diversity...where was once bare sand is now moringa, soursop, guava, gooseberry, pommegranate, bananas, pineapples, arrowroot, tania , turmericas and so much ... See more

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2 weeks ago
Chop and Drop system

Chop and Drop .....at Walkers we regenerate our soil by constantly adding mulch to our beds....brining mulch from off site is expensive so we grow our own in rows alongside our fruit trees and ... See more

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2 weeks ago
Clean Up Barbados 2017 at Walkers Beach

Walkers Reserve coordinated the much needed clean up of Walkers Beach during Clean Up Barbados 2017 with some great support from Future Centre Trust...between the Tuesday and Friday after the event ... See more

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2 weeks ago
Walkers helps Slow Food Barbados School Garden Project

Once a month, Walkers Reserve partners with Slow Food Barbados and sends its staff into the Belleplaine community to help with their school garden projects . This month we went into A Dacosta Edwards ... See more

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1 month ago
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Walkers Reserve coordinated the much needed clean up of Walkers Beach during Clean Up Barbados 2017 with some great support from Future Centre Trust...thanks to everyone for coming out...more pics ... See more

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1 month ago

UWI ecology class visited Walkers as part of their ongoing push to do projects on sites doing regeneration

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1 month ago
Clean Up Barbados 2017 - Walkers Beach

Come out. If u are in Bim

Come be a part of Clean Up Barbados 2017 at Walkers Beach, St. Andrew, hosted by Walkers Reserve Barbados.

Clean Up Barbados is an annual, national clean up, first coordinated by The Future Center ... See more

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1 month ago
5 "Grow-Your-Own" Mulch Plants for the Tropics

The tropical forest is constantly self mulching. After a walk in the woods I usually return with bits of leaves and twigs caught in my hair. Lying in bed at night, my partner and I often hear ... See more

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1 month ago
Centipede Nest @ Walkers Reserve

How many legs can you count?

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2 months ago

Our first pineapple. Hoping for many more. 🙂

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2 months ago

Future Centre Trust took a tour today. Always exciting sharing our vision with people searching for sustainable solutions

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2 months ago
International Permaculture Convergence - IPC India 2017

We will be introducing the Walkers regeneration project to the global permaculture community at the International Permaculture Conference 2017 in India....Barbados is doing some great things....

Erle Rahaman-Noronha’s work has been very much focused on climate change prone islands of the Caribbean. He taught PDCs in Puerto Rico, the US Virgin Islands, St Lucia, Grenada, Mustique, Barbados ... See more

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3 months ago
Sustain Jamaica

Jamaican Herbalist Kukuwa Abba discusses the healing abilities and economic potential of the wild herbs and plants of Jamaica. Follow Kukuwa as she demonstrates the environmental necessity of ... See more

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4 months ago
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Our regeneration is going crazy! We now have organically grown bananas (B$2 per lb) and figs (B$3 per lb) for sale...great as a snack or to add into smoothies...come into the office anytime between 8 ... See more

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6 months ago
Barrel Oven Workshop

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6 months ago
The Earthern Smoker workshop

Teaching the ancient technique of preserving and flavoring foods using a smoker with our instructors Rodolfo Fyto Sandoval and Wilhelm Trujillo Probst

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6 months ago
The Earthern Smoker workshop

Teaching the ancient technique of preserving and flavoring foods using a smoker with our instructors Rodolfo Fyto Sandoval and Wilhelm Trujillo Probst

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6 months ago
An Introduction to Earth Building at Walkers Reserve

Our first workshop at Walkers Reserve. Introducing participants to different ways of using natural material in their environment to construct their dreams! Please share and tag.

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6 months ago
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Our earthbuilding workshops started today. Thanks for all the help we received yesterday from volunteers helping us make clay bricks...We still have spaces available for our 2 upcoming workshops.. ... See more

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6 months ago
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Last few days to sign up for this or our other great workshops! No previous experience needed!!!! Thanks to the great sign up for our intro course, all our 2 day workshops are now priced at B$250 ... See more

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6 months ago
Timeline Photos

Meet our host: Wilhelm “Wiwo” Trujillo

“Wiwo” is a biologist with a master in Fisheries Economics and Management, Permaculture designer and bioconstructor. “Wiwo” has worked for the ... See more

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