Saint Stanislaus College Farm: over 35 years of steady progress

Saint Stanislaus College Farm: over 35 years of steady progress

St. Staislaus College farm

St. Staislaus College Farm

  1. February 25, 2011 By Guyana Times

With increasing concern about global food shortages, over the years the Saint Stanislaus College Farm Complex (SSCF) has been humbly proving its ability to be a major player in ensuring Guyana’s food security.

The SSCF is the only agriculture school farm in the country and is a premiere training institution for agriculture students, technicians and farmers in Guyana.    

It is located at 69 North Sophia and also houses the St. Stanislaus Training Centre (SSTC), the Dairy Products Unit (DPU) and the Greenhouse Vegetable Production Unit. The 13 acre complex is owned by the St Stanislaus College Association (SSCA) formerly the St Stanislaus Old Boys Association.

Read more here:   Saint Stanislaus College Farm

More links  are at the St. Stanislaus site here: http://stanislauscollege.blogspot.com/2013/03/down-at-st-stanislaus-farm.html

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  • Cyril Balkaran  On 04/08/2013 at 2:20 am

    This farm and its activities are a good example of Sustainable Agriculture Development and can be a model for many Communities willing to pursue joint agriculture projects as the Hydrophonic system and the Diary Farm. Hard work with some vision in the field will always pay off. The principal Mr Khan of the St Stanislaus College did take a bold step in 1972 amidst all odds prevailing at a time of inausterity. May many more people be blessed with the vision of Self Sufficiency for their Communities!

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