A Regenerative Movement
We are creating a platform that supports the growth of an emerging regenerative paradigm and a sustainable, holistic food system. Our mission is to create new social dynamics and new narratives around food, encouraging more empathic, receptive and mindful action that supports renewable agricultural and land management practices that heals the soil and nourishes our bodies. We plan to educate, share and grow with our local and global community in order to safeguard our planet, starting with empowering individuals from all backgrounds as unique agents of change, incentivising community wellbeing and intimacy with the land that will birth a new food culture based mainly on home and own-grown, urban pesticide-free foods.
We believe that we can create a framework that transforms agri-food industries according to nature’s coherent, emergent properties of intricate order and variation with minimal effort and maximum grace. Our platform will serve as a medium for signalling and activating co-creational feedback-loops for enhanced social engagement that serves for unifying, moving beyond silos, separation and compartmentalisation. Such intelligent social coordination can be achieved using specialised backend distributed ledger technologies, like Holochain.
The models we will follow will include the traditional CSA (community-supported agriculture) layer and REA accounting techniques where a common goal for food harvest is shared and achieved through community and shared resources, moving the gardening paradigm from ownership to access. This enables food sovereignty as well as data sovereignty which is much needed in this current Age of Information. Agents (users) will be able to authorise their data privately, share important information and resources to fulfil specific commitments without needing to share all their information to a third-party or multi-corporation that will misuse the data. The platform and its technologies will allow a shape-shifting food web that is configurable and interoperable to the needs of a specific community, as long as they are aligned with their environmental and economic goals within their bioregion. New ways of exchange that transcend above monetary trade will be possible through a mutual credit system, enabled through the accounting of new currencies that are defined by its true value to the community.
A bio-economic food system that promotes mutual win-win solutions for the commons is not very far away.