"On the campaign trail"
Planting at Quito’s in Cane Garden Bay. Plantings were done with music artists Pressure, Revelation, and Sistah Joyce.
On July 21 2019, Seeds of Love BVI in partnership with Ground Works BVI was out again beautifying the BVI with another great and caring group, Chanelle and family and friends of Nyammin'. 25 Green and Silver Buttonwood plants were planted on DeCastro St in the heart of our capital, Road Town, Tortola.
Gourmet for a Cause
Student Planting Day
The Jost Van Dyke Primary School helps “Seeds of Love” by learning about the importance of replanting in the BVI. Students also participated in a planting day.
The BVIwant2go contest winner Dan Bakst planting with students at Valley Day School in Virgin Gorda.
Jahnai Caul of BVI Tourist Board planting Seeds of Love seed cards with students of Valley Day School.
Akeem Leonard of Greencrete VI at Robinson O’Neal Memorial presenting what he does at Greencrete and the importance of recycling.
Jahnai Caul and Akeem Leonard of Greencrete VI plant a Caribbean Cherry tree and Soursop tree with students.
On August 19 2019, Motions BVI had the pleasure of planting with Seeds of Love. They learned about recycling, the importance of planting and the importance of philanthropy. 36 students at the summer day camp planted Seeds of Love tomato seed cards in water bottles they saved and decorated. The BVITB’s Seeds of Love program thanks the students for their generous donation.
In loving memory
The Lynch Family, hailing from Virginia, volunteered and planted a mixture of sea grape and coconut trees on Savanna Bay beach in Virgin Gorda. The family has been visiting the BVI for over 20 years.
Claudia Creque Educational Centre has dedicated sections of their Anegada gardens to produce food crops specifically for the National Parks Trust's Iguana Head Start Program. In addition to assisting with these plantings, Seeds of Love donated soil and shade cover to the Green Sprouts CCEC program.
A thank you and presentation to the Lynch Family by Hon. Shereen Flax Charles, Junior Minister for Tourism.