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Mission Statement:


Our mission is to showcase the means for all countries to achieve self-reliance, and independence, with the use of advanced technologies, and materials, available today.   


Project Overview:


This project is geared to establish biofuels, and eventually foods, production capacity in Colorado, in order to reduce dependence on imports of fuels from other states.   Along with biofuels, and biochar, a byproduct of value from conversion of cellulosic feedstock to biofuels, we will use high density growing systems to produce high quality, gourmet, organically grown food for restaurants, caterers, and cooks at home.  Aeroponic, Aquaculture, Aquaponic, and Hydroponic systems will be used, along with our outdoor plantings using Food Forestry/Permaculture growing principles.  


Dr. Jerome Osentowski, Director, Colorado Rocky Mountain Permaculture Institute, in Basalt, CO, is eager to work with us to design and lay out our outdoor plantings, using the proven methods for high altitude Permaculture growth of temperate species adapted to conditions in the mountains near Trinidad.

<http://crmpi.org>  Dr. Osentowski's business enterprise, Ecosystems-Design, Inc., is able to provide 

professional design services, and consultation.  <www.ecosystems-design.com>  He has trained thousands of students seeking Permaculture Systems Design certification, and is willing to help us find qualified co-workers with experience in high altitude Permaculture. 


                            Tower Grow Aeroponic System Now Used at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago 


 Arctic Dome Greenhouses of 150' dia. to 360' dia. will be used, now being produced and used in Tok, Alaska.  <www.domegreenhouses.com>  With the new tough Polykeder cladding (AirBubblePanel) we will be able to use these anywhere. 


     Giant Dome Greenhouses For Vertical Farming Year Round of Tropical Species


Mark, one of the owners of <www.sturgeonaquafarms.com>, in Bascom, FL, has expressed his interest in working with us to save four rare species of freshwater sturgeon, valued for their meat and caviar.  He is raising the giant Beluga sturgeon, the world's largest freshwater fish, which grows to a length of 20' and can weigh over a ton, as well as the smaller Sevruga, Osetra, and Sterlets sturgeon, also valued for their caviar, and meat. <www.finecaviar.com>  Through his other company <www.markys.com>, in Miami, Mark is interested in selling our exotic, rare fruit, vegetables, and culinary herbs, to his global gourmet clients.  


<www.slowfoodusa.org/ark-of-taste-in-the-usa> is a national group working now to save endangered food plants, over 200 here in the States alone, through their 'Ark of Taste' project. <http://slowfooddenver.org> and <www.slowfoodboulder.com> are groups near Trinidad.    


                                               Aquaculture Tank with Giant Beluga Sturgeon 

                                   

Cold hardy timber bamboo plantings will increase our annual cellulosic feedstock for biofuels, bioplastic, CNC and biochar, conversion as they form groves for sustainable pole harvests.  These species offer poles from 6" to 10" diameter, of high quality wood, and grow to lengths of up to 100'.   In Thailand bamboo is now being used to produce ethanol by Dr. Nakorn Tippayawong, in Chiangmai.   Young poles are full of starch and sugar, as well as cellulose for refining into biofuels.   Fast growing bamboo will enable our production of high octane gasoline, and eventually bio-jet fuel, using the modular refining units now available from Cool Planet Energy Systems near Denver.  



               New Advanced Vertical PhotoBioReactors --- Algae Oil to Biodiesel & Other Fuels


We will also be working with Mr. Hongchao Tan, and his assistant, Ms. Lihua Jiang, at <www.ynbambus.com> to secure seeds, and plant tissue culture plantlets of rare Chinese food plant species, those now threatened by habitat loss and growing suburban development.   They work with species found in the lofty Xishuangbanna Highland forests of Yunnan Province.   Mr. Tan and Ms. Jiang work closely with the International Bamboo And Rattan Association in Beijing.  <www.inbar.int>  Another group in Yunnan Province, the Tian  Zi Biodiversity Research and Development Centre, works with highland tribal groups, and is active now in saving rare species, and they are open to collaboration with this enterprise.  

          

                      Moso Bamboo from Japan Long Valued for Timber and Furniture  


It is part of our mission at the White Tiger Farm to gather, and preserve, threatened and endangered species of plants, valued for thousands of years, for food, fiber, medicinal and culinary uses, along with the amazing freshwater lobsters, Redclaw and Marron, from Australia.  <www.cheraxpark.com.au> 


                                       Exotic Marron, Freshwater Lobster to Five Pounds in Weight

                 

We have been able to find a wonderful property near the city of Trinidad, Colorado, with a combined area of almost 40,000 deeded acres, in five sections, the largest section is almost 20,000 acres in area.   This site is within ten miles of Trinidad, just North of the New Mexico border, and midway between Denver, CO, and Albuquerque, NM, very strategic location.  Colorado is bordered by six other states, which is unique in the USA, making it a central hub of commerce for this bioenergy/food enterprise to be established. 



                                        Land with 39,790 Acres Near City of Trinidad, Colorado

                                     

With advanced biofuels refining systems we will use fast growing, renewable plant biomass to make biofuels to replace gasoline, and jet fuel, to reduce costly fuel imports, and to reduce vulnerability to fluctuations in the global fuels market .   



                                                            The City of Trinidad, Colorado, Near Future Site  


With access to plant tissue culture lab facilities in Hosur, India, at <www.growmorebiotech.com>, we will be able to get up to 50,000 plantlets per day of species we want for our commercial plantings outside, these will be shipped to the International Airport in Denver.   Eventually we will establish our own in-house plant tissue lab to do micropropagation of species we will be growing for many uses.   

                                                   

 As we generate income from sales of high value biofuels, we will increase our outputs.   Our biofuel sales will increase by developing more acreage, and securing new modular biofuel refining units to process fast growing, cellulosic feedstock species, such as the giant, superior cassava of Indonesia, available from ISC Cassava, in Jakarta, Indonesia.  Cassava has over a dozen products made from it now, including ethanol, and bioplastic.   China is growing these giant  Cassava for fuel ethanol production at this time.

<http://isccassava.blogspot.com>  Mr. Bambang Danardano, CEO, ISC Cassava, is ready to sell us seeds of his Indonesian Superior Cassava cultivar.


 Richard Hurding, Managing Director,  Zelfo Technology GmbH, in Germany, is open to build a factory for us to produce his company's Micro Fibrillated Cellulose (MFC) bioplastic, Zelfo, made from plant fibers.  <www.zelfo-technology.com> Richard indicates his company is able to set up the facility to produce this bioplastic, in a thermoplastic form for use in 3d printers.  <www.3dsystems.com>  With the existing vegetative cover on the land near Trinidad we will have more than enough material to produce a range of products of value, as we begin with cellulosic biofuels. 


       Shown above is a picture of the harvest of Indonesian Superior Cassava, their roots are enormous.


With modular refining units from Cool Planet Energy Systems, near Denver, we will be able to process a ton of cellulosic feedstock into 100 gallons of high octane gasoline, or jet fuel, of ASTM quality, for bulk buyers and local consumers.  <www.coolplanet.com>   Mike Rocke, VP, Business Development, tells us his company is now in production of trailer mounted refining units, each able to produce 10 million gallons per year of either high octane eBTX gasoline, or bio-jet fuel, of ASTM quality, from sustainable harvests of cellulosic feedstock , with biochar as a byproduct of value, for carbon sequestration, and as a soil amendment to retain water and nutrients for plant roots to absorb.


                                     Cool Planet Energy Systems Three Core Technologies


A recent contact,  David Still, Founder/CTO, Air Fuel Synthesis, in England, is eager to work with us to build a demo plant, and to later scale up production to commercial scale, using his system that uses water, Co2 and electricity to produce hydrocarbons / alkanes to make synthetic fuels to replace fossil fuels.   Myles Monaghan, COO, is open to collaboration to deploy his company's synthetic fuels technology to this project, and to the industrial park in Trinidad.  <www.airfuelsynthesis.com> 


 Once we replace cellulosic biofuels tech, with synthetic fuels tech, we will use our sustainable harvests of plant biomass to increase our output of bio-plastics, reinforced with Cellulose Nano Crystals (CNC), derived from woody plants grown on our farm.   Our product line will then include 3d printed value added products, made from CNC strengthened, thermo-bioplastics.


                            Air Fuel Synthesis System -- Air to Water + Co2 = Hydrocarbon Fuels


We are in touch with Dr. William Winter, Director, Cellulose Research Institute, who is working now to produce CNC and Cellulose Nano Fibers (CNF), both proven as 3X stronger than carbon fibers and kevlar fibers, ideal for advanced materials, and fibercrete, extracted from woody material.  CNC/CNF naturally give strength to wood.  <www.nanowerk.com/news/newsid=933.php>


"By adding an ounce of (cellulose nano)crystals to a pound of plastic (or bioplastic), you can increase the strength of the plastic by a factor of 3,000." --- Dr. William Winter


Imagine our adding cellulose nanocrystals to bio-thermoplastic to be used in 3d printers to print out parts, components, and whole assemblies, as needed, another industry to build in Trinidad, Colorado. 

<www.3dsystems.com>



       White Tiger Farm, Founder/CEO, Greg O'Neill, and fine feathered consultant 

                                   


Our project will create a world class attraction in itself, a showcase for leading edge technologies that will be offered to all nations.   


If there is any doubt regarding the awesome profit potential of this project, you can use any online search engine to view results of searches on these key words --- cellulosic biofuels --- biodiesel  --- biojet fuel --- bioplastic --- cellulose nano crystals --- cellulose nano fibers -- cassava --- bamboo ---  aquaponics ---  aquaculture --- aeroponics --- 

          

*Investors*

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Investors

Serious investors are invited to contact Mr. Greg A. O'Neill, Founder/CEO, White Tiger Farm, LLc.,  at his e-mail address below to dialog over this awesome investment opportunity in Colorado.


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