Bottom-Up Industry Solutions
In order to use 21st century, high performance, bottom-up, low-cost, high-yield Permaculture four-season greenhouse and field, Sharecropping, H4H identifies and recycles or develops land to grow food, with surplus sold or traded to restaurants, neighbourhood grocers, and Food Bank markets.
GAIA Fan Club (GFC) Members can learn from Habitat for Health how to sharecrop to grow food to eat, preserve, sell the surplus, accrue time credits and/or work from their local or remote communal home.
Habitat for Health teaches GFC Members to participate in a collective action network to build dome homes, learn sharecrop market gardening, sell surplus to community buyers, and provide transport services.
GFC Timebank credits are used to provide alternate options to supplement employment income. These credits can be redeemed for community time to barter, create, undertake cooperative garden work, harvest, transport, or swap for other currencies. GFC Volunteer pay-it-forward opportunities include optional ways to work - food, shelter, and transportation.
H4H GFC is in charge of managing contracts for the construction of dome homes and other building projects using Barn-Raising methods. As the community grows, creating dome structures for habitation, storage, hospitality, or entertainment is a form of community work that can be exchanged for time put into the Timebank.
If you already have a job or money to invest or spend, you could also just purchase or finance a number of dome structures to create permaculture businesses and/or eco-eco community rental properties in order to benefit from or increase the resources of the GAIA Fan Club.
It is a good idea to develop a Permaculture transportation system that includes incentives to replace outmoded technology and invest in private and public electric vehicle pools by purchasing new cars or trucks or converting used ones to electric or other kinds of mobility.
H4H looks for the least expensive and environmentally responsible building locations, materials, and technology in order to accommodate people with Multiple Chemical Sensitivities (MCS). This is because what is healthy for persons who must live with MCS is typically healthy for everyone else.
Individual power must now be called upon and applied to help work toward sustainable development. With an increase in understanding of relations between economics and nature, individual power grows. In other words - bottom up solutions.