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Published on Dec 1, 2013
COMMUNITY PARTICIPATORY AGRICULTURE MODEL FOR THE EVE BRANSON FOUNDATION - OR FOR ANYWHERE FOR THAT MATTER...
The Foundation For Common Good www.f-f-c-g.org/community-participatory-agriculture for more information
We have completed the attached proposed partnership for a community owned (co-operative) fruit tree nursery for The Eve Branson Foundation with The High Atlas Foundation (HAF) and our Foundation For Common Good. This model the HAF has successfully developed and employed in 300 villages and they calculate it doubles the local communities annual income through sustainable organic agriculture. Eve does not think that this is the right time to get started with the project but you can read a bit more about it (http://www.kasbahtamadot.virgin.com/L...) Eve has written. Tansgaat Tree Nursery (Tansgaat Tree Nursery HAF EBF FFCG Partnership agreement -- Oct 2013 English) outlines a 30k plan for setting up a co-op to train and get busy growing a tree nursery for the master forest gardeners and their endless fields of fruit trees in the valleys in the Atlas mountains. Developed with Ph.D Ethnobotanist Abderrahim, HAF president Yoseff, The Eve Branson Foundation and the incredible community of Tansgaat, this is something I really hope we can party hard for (www.f-f-c-g.org/events)! The co-operative, community owned, participatory, democratic, organic agriculture has been clearly shown here to be a massive economic and environmental regeneration engine and will be key for our own agricultural future.
All together these systems would do much better then most military units to achieve the goal of peace. At least it would.. Such systems could be deployed in tandem with our events team serve well as a first response unit for disaster zones. If we were to send a dome to establish healing and various life support systems like the community participatory agriculture, that establish a self renewing fertility and sustain themselves, the original free energy technology: understanding how to work with nature, the laws of nature, aka physics..
We are also exploring training in the biochar, hydragel and ORMES technologies via the community participatory forum with the help of Doug Beitler of Bloom The Desert. The land remediation techniques are also useful for the silver miners who have expressed an interest in using this model to remediate their spoil heaps and give something back to the community. Doug is runs Decadent Vegan and is expert in food processing and food processing machinery to make premium organic goods. This secondary industrial knowledge is where the most value can be added for the communities and these foundations to keep community tree nurseries starting food forests all over the world.