First Nation Growers (FNG) is a proud Indigenous organization and Anishinaabe team leader of a very strong, intelligent, innovative, forward thinking project advisory panel that is made up of motivated individuals, experienced professionals, and very successful global industry leaders.
They offer their project expertise in providing FNG with added-value services that include Indigenous project pre-care and after-care capacity building support services, training and development along with accredited on-line nutrition, cooking, health and drug education seminars guided by the Indigenous Communities that we work with.
This helps to ensure the ongoing successes and well-being of each FNG community garden farming market.
FNG is dedicated to enhancing First Nation and Inuit peoples lifestyles for seven generations from within Indigenous communities themselves by directly addressing some of the most concerning living conditions of Canada’s Indigenous peoples today. All communities across Canada are entitled to and should have their own community’s infrastructure working effectively at every level regardless of where they be situated, an urban centre, or perhaps an isolated northern outpost. All Canadians are entitled to live comfortably in harmony with mother earth and each other.
ANYTHING LESS IS YET ANOTHER EXCUSE AND, FRANKLY, NO LONGER ACCEPTABLE!
The FNG “new-age”, added-value technologies that we make available to each and every First Nations and Inuit community that we work with across Canada improves the day to day nutrition and overall health of the community by creating enriched nutritional streams through 4seasons, indoor, organic fresh produce grown within the Indigenous Communities themselves, maintaining a self-sustaining and cohesive relationship between community health and wealth, the environment, and mother earth through the use of state-of-the-art pesticide and chemical free advanced 4Seasons agriculture systems which produce natural, fresh greens and Indigenous medicines, herbs and teas at prices all family members can afford.
Quality always being paramount including maximum yields for maximum nutritional and economic gain.
The First Nation Growers organization is committed to improving the overall social development and well-being of Indigenous peoples through improving daily, year round healthy diets by providing continual access to “family affordable” fresh foods in every Indigenous community, regardless of geographic remoteness. We encourage better health through fresh foods that will, in turn, unlock First Nations and Inuit peoples’ true potential for better well-being.
Promoting positive social development through the creation of community employment that includes Indigenous capacity building from within
and adding new found sources of revenues to help propel Canada’s Indigenous peoples toward 21st century self-sustaining, “net positive” circular economies for seven generations.
FNG provides the following Indigenous economic and employment opportunities. And we “capitalize” these for special emphasis.
— FRESH ORGANIC FOODS FOR LESS COST AND GENERATE INCOME FROM WITHIN INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES
— ORGANIC WASTE TO BIOQUBE PROVIDES ELECTRICITY AND FERTILIZER
— RENEWABLE ENERGY FROM SOLAR, WIND and GEOTHERMAL HEAT SOURCES TO PRODUCE ADDITIONAL ELECTRICITY
— BIOCAST WASTE WATER TREATMENT PROVIDING ORGANIC INPUTS TO BIOQUBE
— PRODUCE FRESH, CLEAN DRINKING WATER FOR ORGANIC FOODS AND HUMAN CONSUMPTION
— GENERAL WASTE TO PYROPLUS PROVIDING FUEL TO PRODUCE ELECTRICITY and PROFIT
— ENERGY RECOVERY OF WASTE SAVES LANDFILL SITES BY 80% TO 90% AND PRODUCES ECOFUEL
— ENERGY EFFICIENCY IN HOME BUILDING FOR SAVINGS BOTH IN ENERGY AND COSTS OF
— PROVIDE 21ST CENTURY SUSTAINABILITY TOOLS and EQUIPMENT TO ELIMINATE DIESEL FUEL AND COSTS THEREOF