“I’m Rufus, ranger at the College of Agriculture, Science and Education. In this college, students support their theoretical studies with working in close contact with animals and plants.
We have pigpens, thousands of chickens, cows… fields of peppers, tomatoes, cauliflowers, lettuce…
All student are in charge of the growing of one specific area, with their respective labels set in the ground: name, surname, and picture.
Many of them continue studying in Jamaica once they’ve graduated, while others go abroad.
The college is built on the coast, so the students can both study and relax by the beach.
The electric energy in Jamaica is very expensive, so the college uses alternative forms of energy, such as bio gas and solar panels”.