As a member, you become part of an expanding network of creative energy with limitless potential. As as shareholder, you will have pre purchased hassle free accommodation at our first colony on Kona or any future location to share talent and expertise in a relaxed environment to nurture productivity.The objective is to space things out so that each party can enjoy theirown space while still in proximity to common areas for social interaction. A multipurpose HERO with folding divider walls could be reconfigured for work, rest, play or exhibits.If you wanted to cook, why not go to the culinary longhouse and share with others how you prepare your favorite recipe? This is an educational farm, not a hotel. Your share purchase helped make it possible. giving you the option to come check out your investment and enjoy the benefits.
Imagine waking up in your treehouse, enjoying the view from a rooftop deck with an ocean view over the treetops,one with the forest. With electricity, internet, toilet, hot shower, cooler, bed and desk, conceived through fusion of ingenuity and what nature has to offer. A unique living space which feels more like an extension of the tree itself.
As the membership evolves, longhouses will be equipped for groups with common interests, such as a 3D printer forthe inventors or concert rooms where musicians can jam any time. As a collective, we can acquire such productivityenhancements and have the common expertise to use them to their fullest potential.
Who wouldn’t feel more creative while surrounded by nature’s bounty? Like a modern day garden of Eden, we will plant thewidest possible variety. Cocoa, vanilla beans, medicinal herbs, orchids, sweet potato are just a few of many possibilities. While we can’t repair all the damage done by human intervention, within isolated enclosures we can experiment without the commercial pressure of conventional farming, which often imposes an egotistic uniformity.
Horticulture Education Research Outposts will begin as a greenhouse/shelter/workshop structure expandable toto become themed longhouses. At different altitudes for climatic variation, these would be spaced out for a minimal human footprint. Plants would be identified as native, endangered or invasive to help manage optimal biodiversity.