Grace leaves a Mark

Aug 19, 2021


In August, the Cayman area was under a Tropical Storm Warning and it was feared that the storm might intensify into a Cat 1 hurricane.  The island hunkered down and afterwards we all emerged to survey the damage. 

Many properties reported downed trees and we lost power and water for a period in some areas but, thankfully, there was little structural damage to homes and buildings across the island.

At Beacon Farms we did lose a portion of our banana fields and the plastic on our green house roof was ripped off.  Some of the large avocado trees lost branches, but they should recover.

The real frustration was that we were all set to harvest our avocados and we picked as many as we could before the storm.  Then, when we went to sell them, we found that the market had been flooded by farmers who had done the same.  We decided to freeze our avocados as they can be kept this way for up to six months and, when defrosted, make excellent guacamole!


March 29, 2021

Department of Tourism Takes a Look

A group from the Dept. of Tourism requested a tour of our Farm.  We were delighted to have them visit ...

Beacon Farms Live on Radio Cayman

November  10, 2020

Business Buzz, a segment on Radio Cayman, invited Beacon Farms to the studio for a discussion about the farms and what we do...

Beacon Farms Attends 2021 Coco Fest

February 13, 2021

As an up and coming producer of coconut oil, flour and other coconut products, Beacon Farms made sure to have a presence at this year's Coco Fest...

Governor Visits Beacon Farms

October 15, 2020

The Governor and his wife were escorted around the farm by members of Beacon Farms and The Bridge Foundation...

Beacon Farms Recycling Picks up Pace

January 22, 2021

Beacon Farms has been accepting compostable waste materials from local companies...

Chamber of Commerce Meets at Beacon Farms

September 04, 2020

Beacon Farms had a productive visit from the members of the Chamber of Commerce.