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Austrian ambassador to visit Saddlers Herbal Project
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2 July 2012
On 2 July 2012 Caribbean Media Vision reported:
Austria's Non-Resident Ambassador to the Federation of Saint Kitts and Nevis, His Excellency Thomas Schuller, has visited the Saddlers Herbal Project, which is financed by the Austrian Embassy. The pilot project in organic farming initiative is experimental and unique on the island. It is currently in the first phase and different medicinal and aromatic plants have been planted on a quarter acre of the farm. Students and at-risk youth are to participate in summer camps in the project to gain traditional knowledge and new techniques with local and tropical medicinal plants.
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