PLANET
EARTH
PRIMER

MISSION




BECOME PRODUCERS
NOT JUST CONSUMERS




THINK GLOBAL
ACT LOCAL




YOU NEED NOT MOVE TO HAVE
A BETTER QUALITY OF LIFE




Planet Earth Primer:

a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization.

Provide information on Health, education, public
works, economic, social and ecological causes for
small scale development for rural and urban
communities with a global outlook from the
grassroots up.

Networking on local to global scale to improve
quality of life;

Promote access to information for people in their
efforts to meet their basic needs, Food, clothes,
and shelter using local resources;

Information on global, health, education, ecology,
agricultural, arts, crafts, cultural development;

Promote conservation and ecologically responsible
use of land and other resources;

Information on the development of a small scale
productive economic base for local communities;

Encourage economic development which promotes
self-sufficient local investment using small
scale production and distribution;

Living museums to raise awareness of low-tech
research and use in most small-scale, urban,
and rural areas with the help of eco-tourism,
arts and crafts.

Encourage economic development by arts/crafts
revolution and self-sufficient life style.





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BASIC
INFORMATION




Information for non profits promoting
economic, social, environmental causes.

For organizations promoting clean streams,
healthy forests, thriving family farms,
meaningful jobs for everyone and rural
towns that remember self-sufficient life
style and those thing that help promote
a better quality of life.


Working to promote
following programs:


Aeroponics,

Agriculture,

Agribusiness,

Alternative energy
Sustainable energy
Micro-energy,

Aquaculture,

Aquaponics,

Arts/crafts and
Cultural Heritage,

Clean water,
waste water,
sewage;

Cohousing,

Collectives,

Communication,

Community development,

Community centers,

Community Gardens,

Community Health Clinics,

Composting,

Coop/co-op,

Cottage industry,

Credit Unions,

Ecotravel,

Ecotourism,

Education,

Environmental
education,

Family Farms,

Foodbanks,

Forests,
reforestation,

Gardens,

Grassland
Wildflower
restoration,

Grassroots,

Health,

Hobby,

Horticulture,

Human rights,

hydroponics,

Hygiene,

Indigenous people,
tribes, hunter gathers,

Information sharing,

Kitchen gardens,

Learning centers,

livestock,

Living museums,

Logistics,

Multicultural centers,

Networking,

Organic Gardens,

Recycling,

Rural development,

Seedbanks,

Self-sufficient
Community
Towns,

Seniors,

Seniors centers,

Subsistence agriculture,

Sustainable agriculture,

Sustainable forestry,

Upcycling,

Urban development
Self-sufficient
Communities

Watershed restoration,

Women Learning Programs,

Youth centers,

Youth Learning Programs,




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