This study presents the findings of an agricultural assessment for St. Kitts and Nevis in 1983 funded by USAID.
It suggests that more intensive use of labour and land could occur if individuals or groups of individuals have more widespread and secure access to government controlled land. The paper recommends that a project be developed that assists several hundred people to become farm operators, through land purchase arrangements or long term land leases, on land that is government controlled.
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