We envision the regeneration of our economic relations to each other and to our shared ecology through applied agroceological methods of land use and development within the framework of food sovereignty.
We will achieve this by providing a transitional process for aspiring landworkers to pursue a land based livelihood and develop the skills and training to build and maintain their own low-imapact home.
The concept of co-sufficiency is central to this proposal. We affirm the economic and social benefits of co-operativist strategies of shared resource use and production.
To this end, our co-sufficient cabin cluster model provides a blueprint for an adaptable and efficient development strategy to achieve the transition to a regenerative economy within the ecological resource boundaries of our one planet.