Agriculture

Radio report broadcast on National Public Radio on June 11, 2010 Click here to listen Photo: Sebastien Narcisse, Students in a makeshift class­room in l’Artibonite, Haiti. L...
"So That Everyone Can Eat, Produce It Here:" Food Sovereignty and Land Reform in Haiti From Other Worlds, on Thursday, June 10, 2010 Interview with 
Doudou Pierre of National Haitian...
News sources are reporting on Haitian farmers' suspicion of seeds donated by agriculture corporation Monsanto and distributed by U.S. AID (see: Food Safety News; Catholic News Service;...
The sweatshop factory baron and orchestrator of the 2004 coup d'etat against elected government in Haiti is lauded throughout the article below. If the reader can suffer through that, he/she...
An Open Letter to Oxfam America on its Stance on Biotechnology To: Mr. Jeremy Hobbs Executive Director, Oxfam International 266 Banbury Road, Suite 20 Oxford OX2 7DL United Kingdom Mr. Ray...
Empty Promises and Empty Bellies: Bill Clinton's Doubletalk on Haitian Agriculture By Kevin Edmonds May 17 2010 The following article appeared originally on the website of NACLA, the...
By Mervyn Claxton, CounterPunch, April 30, 2010 Haiti's Ministry of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Rural Development (MARNDR) has formulated a 77-page Emergency Food Production Assistance...
By Mervyn Claxton, April 8, 2010 The following article was posted to the website of Professor Norman Girvan, http://www.normangirvan.info/wp-content/uploads/2010/04/claxton-haitis-national-action...
This 2004 article examines the origin and the decline of rice production in Haiti.
Land tenure issues in rural Haiti : review of the evidence (1988 report) Authors:  Bloch, Peter C.; Lambert, Virginia; Singer, Norman J.; Smucker, Glenn R. Published in 1988 by the Land...