To best understand the input and outcomes of the vision of Salvation Farming Solutions is at best a 3-Dimensional equation and like the advent of “Windows” for computers, SFS is a new operating solution for the living planet. First, we must understand the Top Down aspects of how things get done and undone. How will governments learn to embrace this new technology? By partnering with Global agencies with fiscal relations with the countries we serve there is already a pathway of support that can be altered to the more productive, eco-safe, nature-based, regenerative program that Salvation Farming Solutions presents. Incomes will rise from the SFS adoption, general production (primary, secondary, and tertiary) from the farming resources, and ultimately by 2050 GDP will increase significantly in countries served by SFS giving new vitality that was stolen from these countries by the forgone agricultural programs established before SFS which poisoned the soil, the streams, the lakes and ultimately the people.
Secondly, we must understand the Bottom Up and how things happen at the pyramid's base. By 2050 the SFS solutions applied at the farm levels will be creating thriving communities of prosperous farmers, happy families, and improved ecosystems. We will be able to monitor these improvements from satellites and drones and data will be input into equations that will further benefit the entire production chain for further optimization and transparency. Fish and other wildlife will become abundant in areas where water and food insecurity had previously decimated natural populations and are now thriving again. Fisherfolk will prosper too, and the packagers and distributors of these increased sustainable productions will benefit these economies. Shoppers will have a more nutritious selection of foods raised on the SFS system, and their children will not have to go to the doctors as often because of the new health status because of the more nutritious foods available in 2050 versus, the less healthy foods before.
The producers will be more recognized in society for their essential role and governments will be more representational of the farmer and others that were before marginalized communities and inherent cultures.
Thirdly, we must look at the community and its responses in the intervening section. Not only will the producing communities benefit from SFS and the government, but also those in between. The transportation systems that move the food, the processors of the foods, the commodity brokers who represent the food from the off-takers from the farms that produce the food to the stores that sell the more nutritious foods at the same or lower prices that they sold before.
Overall, it is the interaction of these three dimensions that creates the reflexive reaction of the environment to the farmers' inputs, reaching the health of the individuals in the community and the well-being of those caught in the midst of all of these interactions AND THEREFORE COMMUNICATION IS THE GLUE THAT CREATES COHESIVENESS
AND DIRECTION not only to the communities we serve but to those we plan to serve and to those who are served by the foods that will be created by the communities we serve. Currently, the leaders have recognized that the engagement of the farmers in the food security equation is necessary, however, they are stuck on a morass of how to be supportive of the farmers directly, and often the money has been siphoned off before the benefits of these Multi-national and national programs actually gets to the farms with not enough bolus to make a difference. By 2050 we can look back on the time when the transformative SFS program started to take hold in the maize domain and quickly took over the whole of agriculture. By now in 2050 the benefits to other industries such as cow health for better less diseased milk, more nutritious chickens because of more nutritious feed, and the increase in natural fisheries because of a decrease in nitrogen and phosphorous pollution have all become routine. The idea of food insecurity seen is now a historical remnant of the past in 2050.
Salvation Farming Solutions' mission is to produce transformational maize farming solutions; develop innovative ways to finance and implement profitable global initiatives that directly empower and impact the local community while substantially contributing to a vastly improved economic result; radically increase delivery of more nutritious food and rejuvenated soil. The model system used is called Regional Economics Agricultural and Community Help (REACH) program. Through this mission, goals to empower local farmers in groups become the base for a farm-to-table solution that will benefit each level of the value chain as it currently exists as the core of the sustainable business proposition for Salvation Farming Solutions. Salvation Farming Solutions partnership is supported by REACH and other regional alliances in establishing sustainable innovation platforms. Farmers will be grouped by geography into cadres supported by REACH to create local empowerment for action in this transformational farming methodology. The farmer groups will use mastery teaching processes to ensure the learning and application of new farming practices adopted into regional and cultural norms including on-the-field training. The leaders of each group will be local students and other professionals who have been trained by Salvation Farming Solutions trainers.By taking a systems approach SFS has linked to the multi-stakeholders in each region as they are launching and maintaining production starting now and in 2050 it is regular to see SFS signs in farming communities all across the planet and to see SFS foods predominant in the food stores as a measure of quality, service to society and priced competitively (affordable). Community is at the center of the SFS Program, first starting with a market study to determine the needs of the farming community from information at the agro-dealers. Then as products are introduced to the community by the extension workers who compile the data collected from meetings during the cropping cycle from groups of 20-25 farmers each that gives detailed and supportive information about the products but also allows SFS to collect baseline data about other peripheral needs that are shared with the partners at each level of the SFS delivery system to better able to serve their needs at the farm and in their communities.
When people are pulled out of a desperate situation, there is happiness and relief, then there is wonderment about things returning to bad again, and ultimately there is acceptance. Transformation takes place at many levels and can be equated to the flow of a river. At the bank, there is water that pools and is slower, and as you move toward the center of the river the flow is faster in speed and in volume moving.
Transformation for SFS has taken off like the river flow with some parts moving slower and pooling and others moving forcefully stronger and quicker. It is very easy to see how the whole earth will quickly see a transition towards SFS technology because of high productivity, betterment for the soil with regenerative practices, and nutritional density of the food while still being competitively priced from the costs of these inputs to the selling price of the maize/corn to the consumer and related products.
Salvation Farming Solutions is coming at a time when farmers are committing suicide at an alarming rate due to their inability to meet the financial needs to continue farming. They have leveraged the farm and other assets just to be able to plant one more time, often the soil is unwilling to yield what it once did before, and disease, pests, or effects of drought and overused soil take hold to lower production to a total lessor of the same to the input costs and as it often is less than the bank loans interest which cannot be paid. Rather than facing the sad music, many farmers commit suicide or just plain leave farming altogether. With the advent of SFS farmers, one by one adopted in communities in cadres began to see the economic and SFS technology in some way. People once on the verge of hopelessness now, in 2050 have high hopes for many years since transformation has occurred and people, in general, are happier.