Students tackle food security issue

by Trinidad Express Newspapers

Photo: Prime Minster Dr Keith Rowley, knife in hand, seems impressed with the leafy green vegetable he reaped at the Diego Martin Girls RC School. [Trinidad Express Newspapers]

With Trinidad and Tobago facing a huge food import bill annually, due in par to insufficient agriculture production, some schools have taken an initiative to grow food on their compound. And it has caught the attention of Prime Minister Dr Keith Rowley.

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