Plan

Organic Alliance
©Eddie Miller, 2008
Revived 2014, 11 words changed

We at RootOrganic are looking for the tipping points in large-scale systems, and believe that such a big and unwieldy one as the international commodities market can be manipulated by common courtesy and freedom inspiration; reformed in fantastic new ways of social business. We envision a world where consumer goodwill and deliberated intention really can shape the world, and will be using the tools of food and a freedom-based system of basic services to leverage our own position in the sustainable and local farm movement that may very well save the human race from eventual self-destruction…

This system once established will be fully accountable to provide fresher, higher quality produce to former consumers, while putting control in the hands of the farmers.

Posts about this:
Structure Visual: http://eddiemill.wordpress.com/2008/11/24/structure
Social Change to the Masses: https://eddiemill.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?action=edit&post=111

 

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