Affiliation: Tech4agri, technology4agri
Keywords: Trinidad and Tobago, Youth, Dates, Cultural development, Products
Bio: Keron Bascombe, is an active young professional in agriculture seeking a career in agricultural journalism and communications. Mr Bascombe can attribute to five years of blogging experience his actions in the agricultural field. As a blogger and freelance writer, he has transformed his blog “technology4agri” into a social enterprise featuring journalistic pieces in support of agriculture. The aim of the blog is to assist in the development of youth in agriculture and agri-preneurs through the provision of an interesting and up to date agri-information service for readers of the African, Caribbean and pacific countries.  Keron is an avid volunteer and determined youth advocate taking part in several groups, civil society and development clusters. Most recently, together with a volunteer team he produced Tech4agri: the web series wish features technology, innovation and success in agriculture in the caribbean. It is made using mobile journalism.   Most of his ativities for YPARD take place online in the form of knowledge sharing and social media activity. If you want to get involved with YPARD in Trinidad and Tobago, please contact me at ypardtrinidadtobago[at]gmail[dot]com - Keron Bascombe, is an active young professional in agriculture seeking a career in agricultural journalism and communications. Mr Bascombe can attribute to three years of blogging experience his actions in the agricultural field. As a blogger and freelance writer, he is currently transforming his blog “technology4agri” into a social enterprise featuring journalistic pieces in support of agriculture. The aim of the blog is to assist in the development of youth in agriculture and agri-preneurs through the provision of an interesting and up to date agri-information service for readers of the African, Caribbean and pacific countries. Keron is an avid volunteer and determined youth advocate taking part in several groups, civil society and development clusters. Most recently, he is involved with Agriworks4U a business that provides a wide variety of support services to the local agri sector of Trinidad and Tobago, his home country.   Most of his ativities for YPARD take place online in the form of knowledge sharing and social media activity. If you want to get involved with YPARD in Trinidad and Tobago, please contact me at ypardtrinidadtobago[at]gmail[dot]com