“Summary of a Rural Humanitarian Project” by Alan Cameron Page – 2.24.23


Entry Submitted by Alan Cameron Page at 11:50 AM ET on February 24, 2023

Summary of a Rural Humanitarian Project:

A Plan for Appropriate Liquidity – Forests

February 24, 2023

The past 80 years have been a time of massive population manipulation that continues today. This process is described in a discussion of the Adaptive Program Agriculture written by Mark Ritchie entitled “The Loss of Our Family Farms – Conscious Policy or Inevitable Result”. This effort was so successful on the North American Continent that it was expanded as a global system and may now be seen as the program for complete control by the World Economic Forum.

This Plan is an undertaking to restore very local control over forest operations through the provision of stable long term funding for practices that are focused on work with tree crops by the people living close to the forest of rural communities using small scale equipment and providing enough regular value for work that will not have any recoverable value for several generations. Our group has studied some tree responses in enough detail that we can offer some guidance to determine what really works in different forest regardless of where they occur.

This should be considered a humanitarian project because the present condition of rural families and forests are similar. Most forest practitioners do not make enough money to support a family unless there is a massive amount of debt being incurred for the equipment needed to produce a steady return to the owner and the banks involved. This condition of near poverty of small scale forest workers means that they either have no family or the kids are raised in stressful conditions almost all the time. The forests where this condition exists currently have very limited investment in maintenance of timber quality and the forests are legally mined repeatedly for value on a generational time scale (20-50 years).

The corporate State of State governance systems have been compromised (are part of the Adaptive Program for Agriculture) into building agency policies that prohibit the needed conditions for effective forest maintenance, local forest product use and stable small equipment access to productive areas of forest.


The global presence of forest is located in the temperate mesic portions of any continent. In the USA a third to one half of the 3100+ counties support productive forest ecosystems. It is proposed that several steps be taken or tried in these productive areas to begin to document those techniques that can work to maintain healthy, productive and good quality forest growth and to build a cadre of skilled local workers from those who live near the early test areas. Several different kinds of liquidity enhancement will be tried where interest can be found. It is expected that areas of over 500 acres in counties (where such interest and potential productivity can be found) will be purchased and placed in long term trust holdings dedicated to forest growth and documentation to eventually be controlled by the neighbors of the properties. These test areas may have to be maintained in private ownership for 30-50 years before appropriate local interest can be solidified. Along the way there must be adequate liquidity to pay more than competitive wages to those who are involved in the maintenance and documentation tests.

In areas where immediate interest can be found, it may be appropriate to pay existing owners enough to guarantee that most of their forest land can stay as forest for the foreseeable future; and to make available guaranteed liquidity to enable and allow them to spend enough time to develop their own documentation of what is needed to keep their forest healthy and productive.

Forest activities span a very wide range of technologies and capacities many of which are only needed for short periods during the 50 to 300 year life of high value trees. Even the shortest growing period is outside of the current debt based currency system for all but the most well to do – and those people are focused on what they do best – making money. To counter this problem of equipment access it may be necessary to build county equipment user training, sharing and maintenance facilities. It is expected that the range of equipment may include seed based , brush treatment systems, charcoal production and handling systems, medium sized product movers, heavy earth moving equipment, large forest product handling equipment and various kinds of forest product manufacturing systems (for instance single pass lumber mills that can only handle stems under 13 inches to use product now limited to energy uses).

It is expected that the eventual annual cost of a full range of such work in a medium sized county may exceed one billion per year.

Along the way there will be many forest returns to the local community that currently provide no monetizible value. It is not clear how long such a liquidity providing program will be needed or even whether it can ever be discontinued. It is also not clear to whom the major values will accrue? The design of this project is to spread the value around in the form of continuous local employment for a range of skill sets that will hopefully benefit the children both through the stability of their family and later with continuous involvement in the forest that surrounds them. Eventually they must be able to purchase local forest land if that is important to them and to continue the maintenance activities that they grew up working with and around.


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