July 20, 2018
From the soil to the sea, the Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) hosted almost 50 teens as part of its annual Summer Education Enhancement Discovery Series (SEEDS). The campers were able to learn about various food sources grown and harvested in The Bahamas.
For the second year, members of BAMSI’s faculty and staff hosted the five- day summer camp for high-school students. The programme attracted students from New Providence, Eleuthera, Long Island and Andros.
The summer programme is designed to expose students to the BAMSI college, its various programmes, and familiarize them with the scope of the farm operations. The sessions are comprised of mini-lecturers, labs and field exercises in agriculture and marine science.
BAMSI SEEDS CAMP: T he Bahamas Agriculture and Marine Science Institute (BAMSI) welcomed nearly 40 young Bahamians to its annual summer youth camp SEEDS. Teens from Andros, New Providence, Eleuthera and Long Island got hands-on agricultural and marine based experiences. See attached summary for more information.
Dr. Deleveaux demonstrating how to secure a hook on the line
Get ready for open water kayaking!