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Wednesday, August 29 2012
FARMERS at Sugrim Trace in Endeavour, Central Trinidad on Monday counted their losses after several acres of crops were bulldozed to make way for a dual carriage-way. A farmer said he lost 500 paw paw trees, hundreds of eddoes and one farmer lost three acres of sweet potato and seven acres of pumpkin.
Co-ordinator of the Trinidad Unified Farmers Association (TUFA) Shiraz Khan said farmers were told that the dual carriage-way was to facilitate the construction of the University of Trinidad and Tobago (UTT). He said farmers were seeking answers because they were promised that area was safe to plant.
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