Caisse des Dépôts is participating in the funding of the project as the main contributor of the territorial hub for economic cooperation call for projects, via a grant of €290,000, over a provisional budget of €1.3mn over 3 years and via support participating in the management board.
The Jardins du Gros Morne project is the 1st territorial hub for economic cooperation certified in The West Indies/French Guyana.
The territorial hubs for economic cooperation are made up of a collection of stakeholders on the ground, who get together around a shared economic project to encourage local territorial development. To find out more on the territorial hubs for economic cooperation.
*Companies from the social and solidarity economy (An Lacou A, Tambou Ki Ka, Amacée and Autour du Moulin associations; Caid Patrimoine, Solution AI and Verte vallée work integration social companies; Coopérative Martinique agriculture), other companies (SAS Habitation Saint Etienne, Nossin and Fabien pharmacies, traders, farmers and craftsmen) and public parters (Gros Morne municipality, the Urban Area of Pays nord Martinique, the Lycée professionnel agricole du Robert -agricultural college - and the Regional Nature Park of Martinique).