ecologically sustainable development

What is

Ecologically Sustainable Agriculture

Ecologically sustainable agriculture helps protect our fragile bio-spherically limited ecosystems. Record environmental destruction by industry is permanently eliminating entire habitats and species that did exist on Earth’s finite space. Agriculture must help regenerate this planet! This includes farming a species within its own endemic regions efficiently or utilising intensive techniques producing in an environmentally-controlled efficient method, excluding harm to our ecosystems.

This is particularly important for ocean pen aquaculture where there is the possibility of fish stock escaping. Marron crayfish, endemic to the south western regions of Australia, are now established in some of the farm dams and river systems of south eastern Australia. Marron are not significantly degrading their new habitat, but now new completely foreign crayfish from the America’s, deliberately smuggled into the country and ignored by the Government, are directly threatening the entirety of our continental bio-regions and growing aquaculture industry. Native Australian freshwater crayfish comprise over 60 species and are legislatively recognised as a true ‘Key-stone’ species, fundamental to the generation of ecosystem all-life preservation services.


Agriculture is the largest consumer of freshwater by far and accounts for 70% of freshwater withdrawals from rivers, lakes and aquifers – up to more than 90% in some developing countries (UNESCO).


Agriculture is responsible for 80% of deforestation and 30% of greenhouse gas emissions (Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change)


How May We All Help!

Every human must by sovereign responsibility contribute to maintaining the health and integrity of our Planet.


Responsible Prosperity

Developing food production that efficiently benefits all of humanity!

Ecological Preservation & Regeneration

The Earth’s perpetually life-giving ecosystems exist to provide life-maintaining services that allow our health!


Harmonious Society

Social responsibility instilling respect for all life!

Aquaculture design
Agricultural pesticides
Environmental Protection

Humans purposefully destroy ecosystems in order to produce food using traditionally destructive agricultural cropping.




Produces a highly valuable nutrient waste perfect as a resource for food production.

Significantly reduces the amount of space needed compared to traditional soil-based agriculture.
Eliminates the use of pesticides, herbicides and fungicides.

Vertical hydroponics


Significantly reduced water consumption, up to 95% compared to traditional agriculture. Greater environmental control compared to traditional agriculture. Can be located within market vicinity.