The Fiwi Roots ("Our Heritage") Project, is a non-profit project created to preserve the heritage and culture of Jamaica, by memorializing an almost forgotten history, culture and many unique and often overlooked qualities.
The project consists of several web sites, each addressing specific themes, beyond the tourism brochures and "off the beaten path".
|Fiwi Roots - a compilation covering history, culture, ecologoly, geography/geology, landmaks, superstition, herbal remedies and other unique qualities of the island.|
|Jamaica Great Houses - explores the Plantation Great of Houses of Jamaica, many of which were destroyed durng the Slave uprising.|
|Jamaica Black River - explores the hostorical town of Black Rover and its surrounding areas.|
|Jamaica Port Antonio - explores the town of Port Antonio and the Parish of Portland, an area of lush natural and unspoilt beauty at the foot hills of the Blue Mountains.|
|Jamaica Best Beaches - a listing of popular beaches centered around themes.|
|Jamaica Bird Watch - a listing of the 28 species of birds endemic to Jamaica. Includes bircalls and maps of sightings.|
|Jamaica Road Trips, Explore Jamaica's road network and scenic roadtrips throughout the island.|