We are seeking, via education & coordinated national effort, to transition The US away from an ecologically-destructive economy, & to work with CEOs, Boards of Directors, government officials, & both commercial AND non-commercial factions (“peaceably assemblies“) “to get completely sustainable from coast-to-coast”, using both commercial AND non-commercial means with both corporations & non-corporations in mind; we have a plan!
2 Important Parts of the Plan, Summarized:
We’re helping model the first “wildharvesting cooperative in the country: Richard Lonewolf Survival School will be helping to gear-up & then train Kern River Wildharvesting Cooperative in the Sequoia National Forest to use ecologically-beneficial “Positive-Impact Harvesting Techniques” so we can begin to bring acorn flour (Oaks produce approximately 4.5 tons of acorns per acre, which are a complete protein by themselves & also contain calcium & potassium), buckeye nut flour (4.4 tons per acre, similar to potato flour), pine nuts (currently shipped in from China & Russia in the U.S.), pine pollen (30% its weight in protein, an array of minerals & nutrients), red desert rice (grows from Colorado west– rice that doesn’t require a bunch of water to grow!?), golden chia seeds (more protein & omega-3 than salmon, found in 7 states), sycamore syrup (similar to maple, but tastes like butterscotch), as well as a vast array of other wild goods to markets; everything will only be offered in bulk or planet-considerate packaging to help “eliminate waste on the consumer level“. This process will be filmed & the footage embedded into the free (& awesomely hi-tech) “Wild Living Skills Database & Smartphone App” in order to coordinate a national/international movement. Once this movement goes nationwide– within a few short years we could switch subsidies from wheat flour to acorn flour, for instance. The cooperative business model contains no CEO; in 2014, the average CEO in the USA earned 354 times their average employee, & so this will help distribute wealth equilaterally throughout communities– helping everyone to thrive AND helping to restore native ecosystems rather than causing further detriment caused by neglect, negligent wildharvesting (caused by amateur harvesters), & industrial ruin.
We are seeking to help orchestrate an en masse “peaceably assembling” & “dissemination” of native seed packets for “plants with human uses” along with “publications regarding native plant uses & low-water permaculture practices” to “as many people as possible”. This will allow people throughout the nation to simply scatter seeds for waterless, nearly zero-work food gardens so that there is food growing everywhere, which will reduce resource-strain, reduce grocery bills, aid the homeless, & increase national security.