|Elevation||211 m (692 ft)|
Gros-Morne (Haitian Creole: Gwo Mòn) is a commune in the Gros-Morne Arrondissement, in the Artibonite department of Haiti. It has 7,294 inhabitants (2010). Gros-Morne is a rural city in Haiti. Its name means "Big Mountain."
- Institut Haïtien de Statistique et d'Informatique (IHSI)
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The Moise family has been sponsoring the advancement of Gros-Morne's agriculture since 1980. In 2019 one of the family youngest son Marvens Kwensky Moise, started the non-profit organization "Ann Plante Gros-Morne" to help further the cause.