Of the Earth, Off the Ground.
“Watch the machete at your feet,” says Adam Miller as I climb into his tank-like Land Rover Defender. We are driving straight through neck-high sugar cane, beside the Martha Brae River on his farm called Potosi. This place is in a gloriously undeveloped part of Jamaica called Cockpit Country, where Adam and his wife Marika have started the first community supported agriculture program—that delivers the island’s freshest best, island wide. Just four months into the business, their gorgeously packaged harvest boxes go to a fast-growing number of households, restaurants, villas and hotels. Together, they are fully changing the perception of farming—and feeding the people right.