Our FNG goal is to showcase and make available many 21st centuries, innovative technologies, that when encompassed into one “net neural” working unit together, will create indigenous employment and economic development opportunities that address the needs of some of Canada’s most remote First Nation and Inuit communities.
We will aim to create 21st century, net positive, self-sustainable, circular economies from within the Indigenous community itself through what we call Advance 4Seasons Agriculture Indoor Indigenous Joint Venture Community Garden Farming, thus generating new-found revenue streams from within.
The concept has the potential to not only bring solutions to Indigenous communities across Canada and throughout the world but can also foster the emergence of reliable, proven, exportable, Canadian “new-gen-net-positive” equipment and concepts for which Indigenous peoples can play a key role in actually showcasing these “new gen green technologies.”
Our vision is to create Indigenous employment that generates new-found revenue streams from within First Nation and Inuit communities themselves, shaping the 21st century, an Indigenous community circular economy that encourages cohesive, sustainable community living solutions that eventually lead toward self-government in favor of First Nation authority over First Nation citizenship.
Every Canadian citizen is entitled to live in harmony within today’s 21st century, and for Canada’s first people, that statement is — quite frankly — long overdue.