How Terra Research is Changing Your World
Clean Food Initiative
The Terra Research Foundation was founded with the goal of providing free or drastically reduced cost, green food to local communities. To achieve this goal, Terra Research has developed innovative indoor agricultural systems. Our systems utilize the process of paraterraforming, and incorporate hydroponics, aeroponics and in-vitro tissue cultures. All of our systems are self-sustaining. The Terra Research Foundation only grows fresh, high-quality food. We do not use any pesticides, herbicides or inorganic fertilizers. Our carbon footprint is minimal, and we do not negatively impact the natural environment in any way. Food that is produced from our indoor agricultural system is donated to the homeless. No matter how unfortunate your life situation may be, you should never go hungry. The community is only as strong as its weakest link.
Plasma Light Research
Terra Research has connected with some of the most influential companies on the planet to utilize cutting edge Sulfur Plasma Technology. Sulfur Plasma lighting is still in the experimental stage, but has proven that indoor horticulture at a large scale is possible at dramatically reduced costs. Terra Research is the only organization in the United States with access to this technology and is using to shape the future of food production.
The world is currently experiencing a drastic change in climate and because of this climate change we are seeing a dramatic reduction in food supply around the world. Centralized farming and distribution is a thing of the past and a dying industry. The future is in locally grown clean food from indoor farms and Terra Research is paving the way.
Terra Research believes that the best way to increase the quality of life within a community is to educate its citizens. In accordance with that, we have begun several educational initiatives aimed at educating those who are underprivileged and under-educated. Educational community involvement offers those who might be otherwise unable to volunteer, whether that be due to an illness, pregnancy or the person's geographic location, access to community service opportunities. Terra Research hosts thousands of educational courses, all of which are interactive and educational. These courses cover a broad variety of topics ranging from things like organic chemistry to American history. As a form of community service, the Terra Research Foundation sponsors people who participate in these educational classes. Essentially, Terra Research allows volunteers to complete their required community service hours by going through school.
Education is a priority at Terra Research. We believe that by allowing people to educate themselves and those around them, the community benefits in the long run. The statistics tell the whole story; less than 40% of criminal offenders have graduated high school and only 2% have a college education. By educating at risk members of society, we are better the community as a whole. Educating people keeps them out of the court system and makes them more productive members of their communities.