Building a sustaianble future with veteran leadership.
Veterans Green Villages FAQ
What makes up a Veterans Green Village?
How do you plan to pay for these programs?
Sell the plans for these types of sustainable community building solutions for other community redevelopment organizations and private property owners.
Raise the funds online through social media and grants from the sustainable fuel, solar power, DIY, tiny home and organic farming industries fir start up and program development capital.
How many research and training bases would you build and what are the capabilities?
One mobile team made up of a bus and at least one logistical and one operational support vehicles per base capable of transport the base team to regional or national disaster responses local service projects and training events.
One base Hosting capabilities:
Up to 12 people on a continuous basis.
24-48 day or short stay barracks type occupancy.
Deploy these solutions in 5 regions to cover high disaster prone areas for Floods, Fires, Hurricanes, Tornados and Earthquakes.
To know the true environmental and logistical requirements for responding to disasters is to train where they happen.
As part of research and development, extreme humidity and temperature differences are welcomed in order to measure exposure of our green building materials and design concepts over time and against a the potential disasters. . I
Where would you build the five bases?
Michigan, Nevada, Louisiana, Hawaii, Virginia
What would the Veterans get?
Veterans looking for work and training :
Certifications in VOAD disaster response, Green Job training in sustainable energy and construction trades.
For Veterans in need of stable and affordable housing:
Temporary Housing for Homeless and fixed income Veterans while they learn to build Sustainable Farming, Business and Residential construction Models for duplication = Veterans Green Villages.
Veterans Green Village - Detroit
17300 Burgess Street Detroit Mi 48219
Location of first home build and training center.
Veterans Green Villages First Home designed to be wrapped in a foot of Hempcrete (not shown). Made with 3 shipping containers roof and one wall to form an interior glass green house, roof made with solar panels for the kitchen lights with rain a catchment system to feed the 365 day green house garden.
How long would the training programs last?
Depending on the training, a few weeks to several months.
How long will it take to set up the first base?
Program Administration and design team development 3 months.
Planing and logistics 3 months.
First barracks, bus barn and farm construction 1 month.
Bio diesel production two weeks
Solar power installation two weeks
Hempcrete construction two weeks.
Shipping container home construction 1 month
Heavy equipment operations two weeks.
Foundation digging, forms and utilities 2 weeks
Blueprint, Design list and order of construction trades and permits 3 months.
Electrical, Plumbing HVAC 1 month.
Key Ongoing Training & Program Partners:
Veteran and Civilian Volunteer Service Organizations
Restaurants & Fried Food Manufacturer’s
Bus /RV Conversion and Tourism Industries
Hemp Biofuels, Construction Material & Farming Industries
WVO Conversion Kit Industry
Solar Power and Off Grid Component Industry
Construction Trade Unions & Suppliers
Shipping Container Building Engineers
Volunteer Organizations Active in Disasters (VOADS)
Certified training institutions addressing veterans homelessness, Sustainable energy, urban farming, early age retirement issues of the young and long term community support needs for elderly veterans.
Many hands one mission approach with collaborative projects applying PTSD/TBI, Physiological, Medical, Agriculture-Culinary, Technical, Mechanical, Business and Creative Arts Institution support to solutions to empowering veterans as leaders in the preparation and post disaster responses and sustainable community planning.