The USDA has a small grant program to assist non-profit entities and schools in providing fresh fruits and vegetables to their local communities.
Higher density means true walkability. It's also the best way to ensure high quality of life, with good health and thriving nature nearby.
The destabilizing food security situation is releasing millions of consumers to find innovative new options such as using municipal tax free bonds.
Join our webinar on new food security innovations where homeowners own a piece of the food hub.
There are a growing number of articles documenting the scrambling of our industrial food systems. This is creating a great opportunity to build new local food hubs and food producing farms. Citadels provides a unique innovation in local farms financed by residential real estate.
Citadels build resident owned food hubs into the residential real estate projects, along with a 240 acre regenerative agriculture farm!
Citadels are cohousing with new innovations in food security at scale. Citadels are regenerativ places supporting regenerative lifestyles.
Image by Robert Balog from Pixabay We are destroying wilderness around the world as the human population expands and our systems of inequality drive people ever farther into previously unexplored areas in their efforts to survive. In this Guardian article,…
Coronavirus and climate change are related. We need regenerative places to make our communities stable and resilient to pandemics and natural disasters.
We have started a private, invitation-only Facebook group. You can find the group with this link. Our goal with this group is to provide you with a forum in which to discuss the Citadels developments, questions, requests etc. This will…