At one time there was gardening done. You might want to factor in the extremely high cost of water that would be required in this arid environment. Are you considering this as a commrcial operation or for your own use and consumption?
I'm starting a bio-intensive minifarm in south Texas as we speak on 20 acres of donated land. I'd like to do a similar project in Aruba. It takes many years for this to become financially productive, especially with the soil in Aruba. I would have to work with Otmar E. Oduber, Minister of Tourism, Transportation and Labor, and will be contacting him soon. In Aruba I'll have to purify my own water to make it feasible, or drill a well if possible. Look at the website above to see the "method".
I am also an aviation professional. I'm interested in starting an aviation maintenance college to educate Arubans so they can work for the airlines as licensed mechanics. A flight school would be nice too.
As you know Aruba normally doesn't allow permanent immigration to the island unless it benefits the people of Aruba.
Commercial. I'd like to move the whole family to the island. Biointensive minifarming starts slow when the soil is poor. Over time it becomes productive. It is a long term commitment type of thing. I'd have to sell the government on the method. Ecology Action has the best information.
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Some time I don't understand we been going to Aruba often and every time we talk with the waitress they are comming from Jamaica, Cuba,Vietamen,German ,ect They seen to have any problem to get in Why is so hard for Usa people and Canadien people .Just my two cent ginette