Jamaica Greenhouse Growers’ Association

Since its establishment in 2007, the JGGA has been instrumental in spearheading the growth and continuing expansion of the protected agriculture industry in Jamaica.  The association, comprising of almost 100 protected agriculture farmers, enthusiasts and experts, endeavours to meet Jamaica’s indigenous food needs, create local jobs and reduce importation while saving foreign exchange.  Their mission statement, ‘The JGGA is dedicated to promoting the development of environmentally sound agriculture in Jamaica through the use of appropriate greenhouse technology’, aptly describes their commitment to their role and crucial function in the agricultural sector. 

Through the use of sound agricultural practices and greenhouse technology, hydroponics, modern growing techniques and education, they aim to bring likeminded farmers together for the benefit of Jamaica.     Their presence and input into the protected agriculture industry precedes and underscores their vision statement: to become the leading authority for promotion of greenhouse technology within the region by actively facilitating the growth and development of the industry through information sharing, networking and marketing with a commitment to safeguarding stakeholder’s interests.  For more information on the JGGA: please click here.

Since its establishment in 2007, the JGGA has been instrumental in spearheading the growth and continuing expansion of the protected agriculture industry in Jamaica.  The association, comprising of almost 100 protected agriculture farmers, enthusiasts and experts, endeavours to meet Jamaica’s indigenous food needs, create local jobs and reduce importation while saving foreign exchange.  Their mission statement, ‘The JGGA is dedicated to promoting the development of environmentally sound agriculture in Jamaica through the use of appropriate greenhouse technology’, aptly describes their commitment to their role and crucial function in the agricultural sector.  Through the use of sound agricultural practices and greenhouse technology, hydroponics, modern growing techniques and education, they aim to bring likeminded farmers together for the benefit of Jamaica.     Their presence and input into the protected agriculture industry precedes and underscores their vision statement: to become the leading authority for promotion of greenhouse technology within the region by actively facilitating the growth and development of the industry through information sharing, networking and marketing with a commitment to safeguarding stakeholder’s interests.  For more information on the JGGA: please click here.


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