The Restorative Community effect provides an inclusive process where the poor can join with the established when revitalization projects are considered or implemented. Our relaunching process includes vibrant agriculture-based economies, our main street communities, and the shared revitalizing of our diverse neighborhoods through ownership and growth from within avoiding the gentrification practice. By using the pillars of farm-to-table based agriculture products, whole systems approach and local socio-economic impact analysis, we will help re-traditionalize small business owners and maximize the positive impact within our local communities. This ROI-focused process will lean into 4 key areas to unlock the value in our region: ownership, capital, skills and natural resources.
How is this achieved?
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