The Beginning

In the beginning there was abundance. There seemed to be an endless supply of food, water, fuel and area in which to expand. Although we have found and consumed to the original limit of that bounty, we have the opportunity and responsibility to revisit and reclaim the land that fell victim to our rapacious hunger.

Millions of acres are now unusable for any significant production of food or trade goods. The owners have become "land poor".

It is possible that we now have the wisdom to restore those misunderstood and abused homelands of our prosperity. Much of the original forested area has fallen into disuse through ignorance of their biological cycle. Working in harmony with the site and using hard science to determine the needed upgrades allows those properties to again serve as the havens of life that they were in the beginning.