VYBZING Poster Competition Winners

First Place winner, Jermaine North of Eight Mile Rock High School

Vybzing Bahamas First Place 

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Jermaine North receiving his prize

Designer Statement

The vines in the word “sustainable” shows how plants are sustained, being compact and conserved while the word “agriculture” shows the growth of plants that are used for food.  The windmill represents different forms of renewable energy instead of using gas and oil all the time.  The delivery trucks represent cooperative farming which allows small farmers to get their produce to the markets faster. The fish farm in the middle represents the use of the region’s main resource (sea life). The parrot and its background show how nature will be sustained.

The whole picture presents how all these things come together to be the theme “Sustainable Agriculture for Regional Food Security

  

Second Place winner, Alfred Williams of Eight Mile Rock High School

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Third Place winner, Roupne Gustave of Eight Mile Rock High School

Vybzing Bahamas Third Place

Designer Statement

I tried to show plants that are grown naturally in the Bahamas.  In my design I have an axe which symbolizes tools that do not use gas for power.

 

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Roupne Gustave receiving his prize