Agricultural Projects

Agro-Business and advanced agricultural research is vital to our goals in producing food on a large scale. The White Light Group (TWLG) and its partnered groups are working with an advanced agricultural project facility currently being financed in Southern California. Our partnered groups have invested in new agricultural programs and expanded facility in California, USA. Developing new fast growth, disease resistant, and genetically enhanced crops are a primary concern to the goals of our partnered groups.

Our partnered groups has been working with agro-business groups in China to improve rice production with a 40% less strain on water resources. Developing methods to reclaim arid lands is vital our goals to increase food productions worldwide. TWLG has been working with our partnered groups in the planning of major agro-business projects for West Africa. Developing viable agri-businesses worldwide is the goal of every organization we are partnered with.

Creating Sustainable Communities - We strive to create self sustainable agro-business and agro-forestry projects that combines forestry with our fast growth trees, commercial organic farming, and permaculture to reduce the carbon footprint of a community, solve soil erosion problems and create thousands of badly needed jobs. To promote community wide micro farming and the use of bio farming domes for families we can build self sustainable communities that thrive.

Addressing Famine - We believe that providing emergency food to famine stricken communities is a problem that must be addressed. It is our responsibility to not only consider short-term problems but to address and provide a viable sustainability source of food to starving communities.

Malnourished people like these are a common site in many parts of the world today, even though our world is filled with agricultural abundance. Our Agricultural Business Center Project does NOT provide food handouts as is common with most humanitarian organizations, but rather teaches modern agricultural techniques combined with a cooperative farm ownership program to allow starving people to grow their own food and sell off the excess to create a self-sustainable business enterprise.

A multi-faceted program is put into place that results in a modern agri-business center that includes a food processing facility (canning), a manufacturing facility to produce state-of-the-art drip irrigation systems, a marketing center for exporting fresh and processed fruits and vegetables, and a center for the education and hands-on training of local personnel in the practical elements of agriculture, manufacturing, food processing, business, logistics/marketing and finance. The size of a typical Agricultural Business Center is 10,000 hectares.

The Agricultural Business Center would ultimately operate much like a typical California farming co-operative. That is, once the farm is developed and operationally profitable, individual plots of not less than 40 hectares would be sold to individual, local farmers. The buyers are given shares in the “co-operative” as part of the purchase of their land. The co-operative provides a variety of services and materials at discounted prices to its members. This will include the rental or purchase of irrigation and harvesting equipment, soil conditioning equipment and chemicals, education, and training. It can even act like a local water district for the distribution of irrigation water to other farm areas. Modern drip-irrigation technology is employed with the final assembly and maintenance of the components provided on-site.

Biopharmaceutical

With growing interest and demand for natural resources and the exclusive herbal products we are confident that biopharmaceutical/herbal projects will be highly successful and benefit humanity. Projects like these will be able to provide easily accessible and unique products for global sales and distribution that will create real tangible opportunities for local communities and to the quality of life. The primary long-term project goal is in biodiversity and medical values planned for development for pharmaceutical and biodiversity medical research production facilities and biopharmaceutical agricultural plantations.

With new advanced agricultural technologies we are assisting organizations in launching agricultural projects in Africa, Asia, Central and South America. We have new advanced organic based technologies to increase plant growth and crop yield by 40% or more. We believe in taking a holistic path to creating viable projects that exceed all expectations. We are working with groups to launch these new large-scale projects and participate in working to improve the quality of life as well as to improve the quality of living in local communities through Nonprofit Economic Development Endeavors. The White Light Group is proud to be a part of such endeavors, which has the potential to not only save many lives, but to create positive economic growth for a third world country.

Algae Farming

In seeking an alternative agricultural project we turned our attention to complex proteins and high chlorophyll producing plants. That requires arid regions to grow and no soil, to reduce production costs and increase growth production. Hydroponics became our focus and in that moment we knew that the only plant that can provide high levels of chlorophyll and protein was a blue green algae.

Give algae water, sunlight and minerals, it will do nothing else but produce food and more algae plants. Algae is such a sufficient food producer that it photosynthesizes at a rate of 10 percent sun/food conversion. (In comparison, soybeans can only manage a three percent efficiency rate.) Japanese Buddhist monks are said to survive on Spirulina and water alone. Micro-algae, unlike many other types of algae, can live in brackish, still waters that are not suitable for other uses, such as drinking, fishing, or irrigation. The algae called Spirulina can also live in very warm waters, such as desert lakes and ponds that are too hot to sustain other algae. Because Spirulina grows in mineral-rich brackish water, Spirulina is an excellent source of many important minerals, including potassium, calcium, zinc, magnesium, selenium, iron, and phosphorus. The only single natural plant source that provides the highest amount of protein known to man that contains over 70% protein. Ounce for ounce, it provides more complete protein than meat, 5 times higher than meat and 3 times greater than soybeans. In fact the protein in Spirulina is 85-95% digestible, one of the highest available. Spirulina is second only to a dried egg supplement with regards to usable protein. What we are talking about is "sustainability," "biodiversity," "integrated systems" and "low-input" with producing a crop economically in diverse environments with high yield harvesting.