Peace Microfarms: A Green Algae Strategy to prevent Warby Mark R. Edwards
Peace microfarms liberate growers from dependence on increasingly expensive cropland, fresh water and other non-renewable resources. Peace microfarms avoid conflicts
Peace microfarms use abundance methods that preserve precious finite resources to grow freedom foods. Freedom food give consumers free choice for healthier foods for people, producers and our planet.
Peace microfarms liberate growers from dependence on increasingly expensive cropland, fresh water and other non-renewable resources. Peace microfarms avoid conflicts over diminishing natural resources by growing microcrops using abundance methods. Microcrops include the full spectrum of microorganisms such as algae, yeast, fungi, bacteria, archaea, plankton and many others. Microcrops deliver sustainable advantages over field crops.
Peace microfarms produce 20 to 30 times more food per acre every year than modern agriculture. Microfarms scale to any size and may be sited practically anywhere, including cities. Growers recover low cost nutrients from sterilized waste streams and transform them into valuable freedom foods and other products. Growers use abundance methods to assure a sustainable food supply for many generations.
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