Barney Gibbs, a Barbadian social activist and environmental entrepreneur first suggested establishing a multi-user and multi-purpose trail along the abandoned Barbados Railway in 2008.
Dr. Tara Inniss, Lecturer in History at The University of the West Indies at Cave Hill, Barbados, Faculty of Humanities and Education, Director, UWI/ OAS Caribbean Heritage Network (CHN) Coordinator, Heritage Studies
Kevin St. A Farmer, Deputy Director of the Barbados Museum. Holds a Master’s degree in History (Heritage Studies) from the University of the West Indies Cave Hill Campus. Chairman of the Development Committee of the Codrington College. President of the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Barbados.
Dr. Janelle Bryan, Health and wellness professional with a focus on wellness; non-communicable disease prevention, control, and advocacy. Director of the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Barbados. Past Chair of the National Task Force on Wellness and a Past Commissioner of the National NCD Commission.
Sarfraz Nakhuda, A graduate of the University of the West Indies (Trinidad) with a primary focus in Transport Engineering and Transportation Planning, with over 22 years’ of extensive experience in a diverse range of design and construction of roads and highway projects in the Caribbean Islands such as Barbados, Trinidad, St.Kitts and Nevis.
Denzil Phillips, "The Sherlock Holmes of Plants, expert in the design & implementation of sustainable commercial projects in the field of medicinal & aromatic plants and related botanicals, Denzil was part of a group who built the global botanicals industry and started the naturals movement more than 40 years ago.
Ralf A. Luther, retired, avid runner and hiker and general outdoors enthusiast, also likes trains a lot.
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The project needs cash donations, in-kind donations of equipment or services, and lots of volunteers