Sustainable farming at the School of Vision

Sustainable farming at the School of Vision

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School of Vision founder Dermot and two other resident farmers are seen working on their community farm, a key source of food for this off grid community. The microclimatic conditions of the mountain provide perfect conditions to grow food, and streams and rivers from which to collect water for domestic and irrigation purposes. This community is entirely sustainable. Dermot’s decision to build the School of Vision in this part of Jamaica has shielded the community from most of the impacts of climate change. Unlike at the Rastafari Indigenous Village in St. James, there are plenty of trees to mitigate heat on this mountain.

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