Wednesday, August 30, 2023

R street Pensacola Florida

  I met the property owner of this lot on R street Pensacola Florida.

 My goal here is to plant a permaculture food forest and possibly have a camp for future use. Here is more about what I'm doing (Homeless Missionary Group). Thanks 

Monday, August 28, 2023

Human ECO Life | About Helping Humans

 Human ECO Life is about helping humans, ecology, sharing, and caring. Our ECO Life Parks will empower the homeless, and educate the public. The vision is to establish communities where ecology and sustainability are conducive to self-help. We will acquire properties, provide jobs and business training, develop housing, and grow food.

 Our community will market its products and create income for residents. Un-sold products will be distributed to those with needs, and other interested agencies or groups. Our outreach will develop relationships between people who are experiencing homelessness, other volunteers, and clients. Our first-time volunteers will do outreach work and distribute donated goods to others on the street. 

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Friday, August 25, 2023

Homeless Missionary Group | Human ECO-Life Parks

The Homeless Missionary Group is working to create  Human Eco-Life Parks, Food forests, or forest gardens for foraging and camping

A sanctuary for humans 

A shelter in the forest

A wood-burning hearth

A rainwater cistern

A perennial food forest garden

 It's that simple. 😊

Impact Plan

 Moving willing human clients to an environment conducive to self-help and self-sufficiently will reduce homeless populations on the streets. Our homeless clients will be able to move up from volunteering to help create and maintain Human Eco-life parks for basic needs to meaningful paying jobs.

 Restore distressed land to an Eco-friendly habitat for all life, using native and compatible plants and animals beneficial to the environment and human habitation. 

 Jobs will be created products will be sold. There are many options to be utilized with our properties to create cash-flow camping open to the public use for events, ECO-Tours, agriculture products, and more. 

In the USA, ECO Life Parks envision many properties throughout the USA. Smaller properties would be similar to KOA, and properties over two acres would be like State Park campgrounds. The difference would be landscaping incorporating food forests into the natural environment. Join us to be the answer to our homeless problem.

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Monday, August 21, 2023

Human ECO Life | Volunteering for a place to camp

Volunteering for a place to camp is how we will manage Human ECO Life Parks 

If you're interested in volunteering for a place to camp, here are a few different options you can consider.

National and State Parks: Many national and state parks offer volunteer programs that allow you to help with trail maintenance, campground upkeep, and other tasks in exchange for a free campsite. Check with the specific park you're interested in to see what volunteer opportunities are available.

Nonprofit Organizations: There are many nonprofit organizations that focus on environmental conservation and outdoor recreation that may offer volunteer opportunities that include camping. Some examples include the Sierra Club, Appalachian Trail Conservancy, and Outward Bound.

Workamping: Workamping is a program that allows individuals to work at campgrounds or RV parks in exchange for a free campsite. Jobs can include cleaning bathrooms, landscaping, and working in the camp store. Some popular work camping websites have Workamper News and

Before committing to any volunteer program, ensure you understand the expectations and requirements for the position, including the commitment length, the types of tasks you'll be expected to perform, and any training or certifications you'll need. Additionally, make sure the program aligns with your personal interests and values.

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Friday, August 18, 2023

Human ECO Life Parks | Cooperation

 Human ECO Life Parks (HELPS) require cooperation from various stakeholders to ensure their success. Cooperation can come from the local government, community organizations, businesses, and residents. Here are some ways in which cooperation can be fostered:

  1. Public-private partnerships: HELPS can partner with local businesses and organizations to provide resources and funding for the development and maintenance of the parks. These partnerships can create opportunities for job training, community engagement, and economic development.

  2. Volunteerism: Volunteers can be recruited to help with planting, maintenance, and other activities within the parks. This can create a sense of community ownership and engagement, and reduce operating costs.

  3. Advocacy: Advocacy efforts can be undertaken to raise awareness and support for HELPS. This can involve outreach to local officials, businesses, and residents to educate them about the benefits of the parks and encourage their support.

  4. Collaboration: HELPS can collaborate with local community organizations, such as homeless advocacy groups, to ensure that the parks meet the needs of homeless individuals and families. This can involve outreach and engagement efforts, as well as the provision of supportive services such as case management and counseling.

  5. Community engagement: HELPS can host community events and workshops to engage residents and foster a sense of community. These events can provide opportunities for residents to learn about sustainable practices, gardening, and other topics related to ecological sustainability and social equity.

Overall, cooperation is essential for the success of HELPS. By working together, stakeholders can create sustainable, regenerative living environments for homeless individuals and families, promoting ecological sustainability, social equity, and community resilience.

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Monday, August 14, 2023

Human ECO Life | Planting

 Human ECO Life Parks (HELPS) incorporates planting as a key component of their sustainable practices. Planting can help to promote biodiversity, improve air and soil quality, and provide a source of food and medicine for residents.

Community gardens and green spaces can be created within HELPS to provide residents with access to fresh produce and promote community engagement. Residents can be involved in the planting and maintenance of the gardens, learning about sustainable agriculture practices and the importance of biodiversity. The gardens can also serve as a source of income for residents through the sale of produce at local farmers' markets or through value-added products such as jams and pickles.

HELPS can also incorporate native plant species into their landscaping to promote biodiversity and support local ecosystems. Native plants are adapted to the local climate and soil conditions, making them easier to maintain and more resistant to pests and diseases. They also provide habitat and food for local wildlife, promoting ecological sustainability.

In addition to their environmental benefits, planting can also have positive mental and physical health benefits for residents. Gardening has been shown to reduce stress, improve mood and cognitive function, and promote physical activity.

Overall, planting can be a key component of a sustainable and community-focused approach within HELPS. By promoting biodiversity, supporting local ecosystems, and providing access to fresh produce, planting can improve the health and well-being of residents and the environment.

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Friday, August 11, 2023

Human ECO Life | Humanity and Earth

 Human ECO Life Parks (HELPS) are about creating regenerative, sustainable living environments that promote both the well-being of humanity and the health of the earth. By providing homeless individuals and families with safe, healthy, and sustainable housing, HELPS addresses a pressing social issue while also promoting ecological sustainability.

The development and operation of HELPS are based on the principles of permaculture, which is a design system that mimics natural ecosystems to create sustainable human habitats. This means that HELPS is designed to be self-sufficient and to minimize its impact on the environment. They are built using natural and sustainable building materials, incorporate renewable energy sources, and use ecological wastewater treatment systems.

HELPS also provides opportunities for residents to learn about sustainable living practices, such as organic gardening, composting, and renewable energy systems. By learning these skills, residents can develop a deeper connection to the earth and understand the importance of living in harmony with nature.

In addition to promoting ecological sustainability, HELPS also addresses the social issue of homelessness. By providing safe and stable housing, HELPS can help homeless individuals and families rebuild their lives and achieve greater self-sufficiency. HELPS can also provide access to supportive services, such as case management, counseling, and job training, to help residents overcome the challenges that led to their homelessness.

Overall, HELPS represents a holistic approach to addressing the interconnected issues of homelessness and ecological sustainability. By promoting social equity, ecological sustainability, and community resilience, HELPS represent a model for creating a more just and sustainable future for both humanity and the earth.