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Trinidad Guardian

Replanting Nariva Swamp
Trinidad Guardian
Although for decades, surrounding communities of Biche, Cascadoux, Kernahan and Plum Mitan had peacefully coexisted with the swamp, fishing, hunting and farming in small-scale ways which didn't significantly threaten swamp life, the larger-scale rice ...


Trinidad Guardian

Restoration of the Nariva Swamp
Trinidad Guardian
The restoration of approximately 500 hectares of the Nariva Swamp is a multi-dimensional task. Along with the various technical stakeholders, this goal can only be achieved through the engagement and utilisation of the seven communities that surround ...


Trinidad Guardian

Mayaro villagers tell of neglect
Trinidad Guardian
Residents say they have been experiencing perennial flooding for years and are in need of help, proper drainage facilities and maintenance of the waterways as water from Rio Claro, Plum Mitan, Biche and the Nariva Swamp passes through their community ...

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Trinidad & Tobago Express

FLOODS FROM COAST TO COAST
Trinidad & Tobago Express
Rishi Singh, who works at the Nariva Swamp Forestry Division said some eight workers were sent home as a result of the continuing bad weather. Singh said around 8 a.m. flood began to rise very quickly but no damage was done to property or person. He ...

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Trinidad Guardian

Going bananas for plantain
Trinidad Guardian
Large banana plantations producing fruit mainly for domestic consumption and occasional export to Europe existed in Tabaquite, Talparo, Biche and Rio Claro. At the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture (forerunner of UWI St Augustine) numerous ...

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