Strong cooperative eco-sets in trios backed by highly collaborative groups of trained individuals in worker owned cooperatives. These cooperatives function separately or together in mutual support as needed.
Training development on worker cooperatives encompassing transitioning from current food production to new diverse forms of eco-friendly organic food forestry farming and food production.
Swales development, biodiversity support, water harvesting, rain capture from buildings and open waters, stream/river cleansing, water support for animal sanctuaries and more.
Reap Goodness is engaged in 3 programs:
- Completion of a teaching greenhouse together with Tolani Lake Enterprises, Inc. on the Navajo Nation based on nutrition. Reap Goodness (as REAP) has developed greenhouse hydroponics food systems as a Community Partner within Arizona State University's EPICS Program, Engineering Projects in Community Service. The REAP EPICS Team collectively received 4 awards during its 4 years in this program.
- Publication of 2 comprehensive e-books; Worker Cooperative People Skills, and Worker Cooperative Technical Skills. Reap Goodness offers classroom plus videoconferencing training for people-to-people skills and technical skills for successful worker owned cooperatives in America and other countries. Contact us about this training!
- Development of additional e-books and training to create a set of coordinated cooperatives (cooperatives eco-set) for communities worldwide. This set of cooperatives will help transform land and water for permanent fruit, vegetable and herbs food forests by harvesting water from Earth and roof surface rain collection, while restoring the land and fresh water tributaries plus recycling human waste as compost. In addition, the cooperatives will develop water resources strictly intended for animal sanctuaries away from farming.