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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 help build a natural rubber industry, in Southern Oregon, in order to show the availability of high density growing systems that reduce water used, while growing the rare Kazakh 'Rubber Root' dandelion (Taraxacum koksagyhz), noted for its content of high quality natural rubber latex in its thick, long roots, and the desert rubber plant, Guayule (Parthenium argentatum), used by the Aztecs long ago for their sacrificial ball games.   


The growing global specialty foods / gourmet markets offer exciting profitability by our work to save 

rare food plant species at risk from climate change, deforestation, and negative human impact, to include over harvesting of wild populations in their native habitats that are fast disappearing.   



Our nation now uses 1.2 million tons / 2.4 billion pounds of natural rubber, per year, with the global demand of 17 million tons of this vital commodity, used by American producers of 50,000 products that depend on it, including tires.   In 2020 a million rubber trees (Hevea brasilensis) died due to fungal leaf blight in Asia, with a 10% reduction in the overall global supply.   In order to upscale production of natural rubber, using a water based extraction system, it will require us to use high density growing systems, in our greenhouses, and plant tissue micropropagation of clonal plants to greatly increase our plantings.    Dr. Cornish projects a global demand of over 30 million tons of raw natural rubber per year by 2030.

                   

       Giant Timber Bamboo for BioChar and a Thousand Other Uses        


Over the years ahead we will scale up our production of plants for gourmet markets, biochar products, and natural rubber to meet the needs of America, and to end our dependence on food and raw natural rubber imports, to

end our dependence on Asian imports.    With our scalable plan we will turn America from being an importer to be the first country to  export natural rubber with 95% purity to the growing global markets.


 Aerial view of site for White Tiger Farms near Ashland, Oregon with almost 2,000 acres


Recent news with the online publication of https://letsrethinkthis.com/our-newspaper/news/item/white-tiger-farms.html and interview online at https://rumble.com/vydhed-greg-oneil-of-white-tiger-farms-rubber-crisis-green-farms-and-more.html will help us get out the word on solutions to end drought, thirst, hunger, homelessness, and energy deficits, in every nation, and for all people. 


           Greenhouse Cultivation of the Desert Rubber Plant, Guayule 

                       


    Taraxacum Koksagyz --- Kazakh Dandelion ---- Rubber Root


With plant biomass fueled power sources on our farm sites we will use the new atmospheric water generators now available from a number of companies.    https://akvosphere.com modular units can be stacked to increase output to 100,000 liters per day, with at least 30% relative humidity.   Others now available are https://rainmakerww.com and https://air2watersolutions.com, as long as you have a power source to run them, which we will have on our farm sites.  https://quenchinnovations.com 

 

Our First Site to Establish the White Tiger Farms with 3.266 Acres near Klamath Falls

                            


Greenhouse Domes to 120' diameter available to us from Pacific Domes in Ashland, great space for 

tropicals to grow year round, while other BioDomes will be used for high density growing systems on multiple floors.    These domes have a floor to ceiling height of 60' with enough room for a main floor,

and three floors above that.    www.pacificdomes.com   With help from www.thecanopycrew.com 

we will be able to put shelter domes and greenhouses up in the trees for our aerial eco villages.


         Dome Town BnB  at www.rrgcabin.com gives guests a bird's eye view of the forest around them                                           


With off grid power and water generators, and the land now available in southern Oregon for our use of permaculture / food forest plantings outdoors for temperate species, and inside greenhouse structures for tropical species, we will showcase how to live gently with the living land, while regenerating depleted soils.    


                                                Food Forests of the Future for Deep Biodiversity 


 By working with Richard Hurding, Executive Director, at Zelfo Technology GmbH, in Germany, www.zelfotechnology.com we will be able to turn our surplus plant cellulose into Bio-thermoplastic, to 

be used as feedstock in mega-scale 3d printers from the Italian company, WASP 3D, www.wasp3d.com.

They offer their 'infinite digital manufacturing process' and line of 3d printers, including one that is able to handle cellulose material, and concrete, to literally print out homes, and entire communities.    Their WASP 12M Big Delta 3d printer can print out objects and structures to 12 meters / 36' high.    A new geopolymer 

concrete from www.ultrahighmaterials.com is 8x stronger than conventional concrete, it can be used

as a feedstock to the mobile extruder / printhead of the WASP Crane 3d printer to print out homes.   We

will also be using the tracked, mobile 3d concrete printers from www.cybe.eu to make items of value,

and tiny homes.   Cybe uses a mortar in their printers that is 14x stronger than concrete. 


                                        WASP 3D Crane printer printing TECLA homes in Italy


Our project will create a showcase for leading edge technologies that  we will deploy globally.   With the Southern Oregon University, in Ashland, we will be able to offer internships to the students who want to help us build a sustainable 'Green' future for all nations, and people, to enjoy.  www.sou.edu 


In Klamath Falls there is the Oregon Institute of Technology www.oit.edu with their new Alternative Energy Engineering degree program, headed by Dr. Mason Terry.   Our farm sites will offer great openings for engineering graduates to work with advanced energy systems now available for deployment onsite.

                                         

You can contact Greg A. O'Neill, Founder/CEO, White Tiger Farm, at his e-mail address below to dialog over this awesome opportunity to demonstrate that clean energy, fiber, food and water can be produced anywhere.   Visionaries, artists, designers, engineers, and other creative folk, with the passion to pioneer the future are welcome to join us.


Email ---- goneill51@gmail.com ---- http://about.me/goneill ----

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