Coffee News from the Blue Mountains

Last year we had a memorable trip up into the Yallahs-Hope Watershed with the National Environment and Planning Agency (NEPA). As part of the project, funded by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) and the Global Environment Facility (GEF), farmers are trained in Field Schools in sustainable land management. There is also a push towards agro-forestry, which … More Coffee News from the Blue Mountains

Art in the Blue Mountains at Heritage Gardens: A Sunday Afternoon Treat on Sunday, November 5

The Blue Mountains and art seem to go together well. Isn’t it a lovely concept? Well, if you know the Blue Mountains, including this area of grace and beauty that you reach just before you get to Newcastle – you can’t miss it – then you will know that this special event at the Heritage … More Art in the Blue Mountains at Heritage Gardens: A Sunday Afternoon Treat on Sunday, November 5

Saharan Dust, Heil Hitlers and UC Rusal: Sunday, July 13, 2014

The World Cup final was exhausting and I must admit I could not have taken much more stress. It was a hot afternoon, we had the fans turned up full and ate mangoes and drank coconut water at half time. This did not help Argentina to a victory, sadly. But all the Jamaicans who suddenly … More Saharan Dust, Heil Hitlers and UC Rusal: Sunday, July 13, 2014