Serving Earth Now and Deep Space by 2025

We are solving problems of food security and healthy living for Earth, the Moon, Mars, and beyond.



With dwindling agricultural resources affecting our farms, local economic collapse affecting our inner cities and rural towns, climate change affecting regional food supplies, and politically and geographically challenging supply chains affecting millions of people in both developed and developing countries, we are in need of more sustainable solutions for growing food and feeding people. Our model and innovations will work everywhere from the family farm to the harshest, hardest-to-reach, and most uninhabitable places on Earth, like the Himalayas and the Arctic.



In-situ resource limitations, non-existant economies, extreme space climates, and extremely long and expensive supply chains risk limiting human expansion and settlement in our solar system. The only difference between Mars and drought-stricken Ethiopia is lower gravity, lower atmospheric pressure, lower light levels, lower temperature, higher radiation levels, and longer supply chain. With additional innovations in these areas and the application of ecological theory, our Three-Zone Model is ideal for the Moon and Mars.



These same problems exist anywhere our human drive to explore and expand will take us, from the sub-surface oceans of Europa to the poles of Titan to a deep space mining station on 16 Psyche. Any human habitat in deep space must be fully renewable with competitive redundancy to reduce supply chain costs and dependency on Earth, ensure growing system success, provide food security for the local human population, and enrich living with mental refreshment from the mind-wearying, industrial interior of work areas and wastes of the local terrain.


The concept begins with what has been known to the scientific community as a closed ecological system (CES). How "closed" a system actually must be depends upon the bounty of local natural resources, the industry of the local economy, and the extremity of the local environment and climate. The design details will vary by location, but the concept is the same: provide a full and contained Earth-like ecosystem using our patent-pending Three-Zone Model.


Meet our executive team


We are a team of scientists, engineers, entrepreneurs, and business professionals who value Earth's ecology, healthy living, food security, and human expansion throughout Earth and space.  We are life, our Earth is life, and life is meant to multiply and expand.  We are focused on filling needs in the deep spaces where humans live today and yearn to go tomorrow.  We have a unique business plan that results in wins all around: our customers will win, our investors will win, hungry populations will win, the Earth will win, and the human species will win.


We are not apocalyptic in our thinking.  We do not need to escape a ravaged Earth.  We think we can solve many problems and solidify our foundational home here on Earth on the way to figuring out how to move into space.  And why move into space?  Why do humans exist if not to discover as much as we can about our universe and, in the course of so doing, leave a history for future generations to marvel over?  What good is the happy sound of a rippling brook flowing down the slope of a mountain on Proxima B if not for someone to be there to hear it?  And why even make the long journey to the Proxima Centauri system except to demonstrate to the universe that it has the natural capacity to create such an amazing species and collection of species that we take with us?

We don't think humans are going to ruin Mars like they have ruined Earth.  Humans are never going to beat entropy, commonly called pollution.  Even living a more natural life, as some might call it, creates entropy.  Evolutionary science indicates that we are not aliens who have conquered Earth for its resources only to flee to the next planet.  Humans are a part of the natural environment of Earth, just as termites, Kudzu, and volcanoes.  Every physical and biological process and form on Earth naturally drives itself toward extinction.  However, humans are unique in our ability to predict possible futures, understand consequences, and mitigate risks.  We can figure out ways to reduce our footprint, our impact on the nature around us, the amount of entropy we create and the form in which we create it.  This is exactly what we need to learn how to do in order to increase our chances of surviving and thriving in space without leaving the Earth behind.


Space Agencies and Deep Space Businesses

Earth Analog Test-Bed Businesses and Nonprofits

Commercial Farmers and Food Growers

Local Governments and Communities


We are vertically aligned to provide turn-key products and cradle-to-grave services to our customers.  Our product lines are R4 Resilient(TM) agricultural systems, AstroEcolab(TM) units, and 3ZM EcoAg(TM) facilties for Earth and space.  We provide services of remote monitoring and control, local operations and maintenance, and biological and environmental studies.


We have formed and continue to build upon key collaborative relationships.  With our technology, market strategy, and business partners, we are pursuing LOIs with angel investors and venture capital firms and financing with banks to accelerate our plans to meet our objectives of five years to demonstrate feasibility of mass-ecosystem development in space, eight years to produce food security solutions at Earth's most remote and extreme environments, and ten years to be ready to build a resilient and self-sustaining 3ZM EcoAg system on Mars, supporting the plans of the world's most aggressive space visionaries and pioneers.


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