Constant universal orders and forms allowing for the expression of energy via storage and transfer while minimizing entropic dissipation with the formation of edge interactions resulting in species richness.
Understanding the importance of trees as essential design elements utilizing energy to create organic matter & biomass, habitat for various species, and service as a critical component in the biogeochemical cycling of natural systems.
Improving soil quality & increasing soil quantity while simultaneously in production through a functional understanding of how to stimulate soil life, providing the conditions needed for it to flourish.
Terraforming & soil conditioning as an extension of our human responsibility to benefit and care for all life; effectively & efficiently using energy in the construction of permanent features extending and improving fertility over time.
With a focus on anti-evaporation design strategies, a premium is placed on prioritizing shade, shelter from harsh winds, and humus creation to increase comfort, reduce the chances for damage, and to take full advantage of rare rain events.
Attention paid to extending yield potential throughout the year – especially with short, cold winter days with low solar exposure; food, fuel and energy storage are critical design factors; deep, fertile soils provide unique productive capabilities.
The most productive and functional potential is afforded through the well-considered design & use of water; gravity becomes an essential integrated design component for facilitating transport, storage, soil creation and overall yield capacity.
The development, aggregation, and distribution of natural capital are undeniable indicators of real wealth for a nation and its people. We can design our way into an equitable, permanently abundant present & future.