Eco-Agri Collaborations - Eco Impact Zone of Renewables - Friendly Frontier Markets
Eco Impact Zones are developed to introduce new Eco (ecologically friendly) oriented industries, new era workforces, enhanced access to capital, and the modality required of Eco-Agri Collaborative Logistics/Modality and developing alternative trade, ports, and access to other collaborative impact zones.
Assembling an Eco-Agri Collaboration? Invited collaborating participant sectors submit bids to build, operate, transfer, and train the local independent contracting workers in new Eco tech sectors from advanced trained Agri-Techs, Fishery-Techs, Solar-Techs, Communications-Tech, Renewable-Field-Operations-Techs, including advanced training in Eco-Agri security and Eco-Agri logistics techs.
Competition for timber is getting tougher, trees resources are becoming scarce, and opportunities to plant are more limited. Bamboo is an alternative to traditional timber. It’s a renewable resource; it matures in 3-4 years, and it has 1,500-recorded uses and benefits. In terms of rate of growth it grows faster than timber trees.
With at least 1,500-recorded uses of bamboo, what new value chains are available? The important usages are mainly in paper industry, building material, tiny and cottage industries, handicrafts, medicinal products, edible shoots and new generation products such as wood substitutes, truck bodies, railway carriages, bamboo boards, tiles etc. - Just a few!
The developing grid of Micro Enterprise landowners and small farmers of under-served, friendly Frontier markets and semi-philanthropic, ecopreneurs are joining in Collaborations and Forming Sustainable Micro and Small Enterprise, Full-Scale, Agri/Aquaponic-Renewable Foods-Energy-Fish Nurseries-Renewable Grasses - Eco Collaborations - The creation of Eco Impact Zones in under-served friendly, frontier markets...help is on theway!
Join with the growing Group of local and private, semi-philanthropic teams - Engaging the paradigm, offering flexibility in both Urban or Rural Financial Structure Planning or Plan(s) (FSP) and enabling the assembly of local and international Eco Impact Zones, building alternative trade routes and new micro capital value chains of the future.