“Regarding Humanitarian Projects and Non-Disclosure Agreements” by Alan Cameron Page – 5.23.21


Entry Submitted by Alan Cameron Page at 2:07 PM EDT on May 23, 2021

It remains unclear whether the small amount of foreign currency I have will be redeemed and become subject to a limiting non-disclosure agreement or not.

Forest maintenance of rural forest lands has been attempted in the NE USA over the past 50 years in many different ways by many practitioners, but none have survived the recurrent financial cycles.

The elaborate Plan for Appropriate Liquidity that flowed from these failed attempts to get any consistent form of private forest maintenance to happen will not flourish with those funds as the sole source. So at this point I have decided to not comply with any demand to sign such confiscatory policy and will put the plan out for others to help fund if they find it worthy of such consideration. The plan can be found at my Common Good Dialogue blog and the Common Good Forestry page entitled A Plan for Appropriate Liquidity. There is a detailed spread sheet of guesses of what will be needed to get the attitudes aligned with natural realities of every forested area and the needs of the people locally (within a county).

This plan came about from the realization that the forestry that had been “practiced” in the region did not allow a stable rural family to sustain its self without a continuing massive debt load and the luck of getting out of a certain configuration just before the markets fell apart. Thus most of the “normal” small loggers that frequent this area have no family because they can not hold things together in a way that is not too stressful.

This plan is then targeted at finding ways to give children the chance to live in a rural environment that works for all while also giving them the possibility of finding things to do there that will fit them to raise a healthy family and pass on the things they know to their children and others as has been done globally prior to and between the sporadic attempts to enslave us all during the past 500 years in the annual agricultural sector. The reason for focus on forests with this plan for funding is that there are no current systems in place that can provide the consistency of funding for the long term care that any forest needs to prosper. The messages from the environmental community while well meaning have little basis in what it will take to change attitudes that are needed for local forest caregivers to survive between the sporadic returns that now only come from “mining” value every 20 to 50 years. The plan is written from the perspective that local people are capable of teaching themselves what works if given the resources to study and survive as the results of their “tests” play out in both public and private areas in a time frame that fits with the expected crops.


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