Strong communities backed by highly collaborative groups of trained individuals in worker owned cooperatives.
Training on worker cooperatives Eco-Sets encompassing food, shelter, power, clothing, tools and repaired transportation for villages, small towns and inner cities.
Holistic (genuine fair) trade training and Earth-centered trade for manufacturing.
REAP is engaged in four programs:
- Developing a teaching greenhouse together with Tolani Lake Enterprises, Inc. on the Navajo Nation based on nutrition. REAP is developing the greenhouse hydroponics food systems as a Community Partner within Arizona State University's EPICS Program, Engineering Projects in Community Service. The REAP EPICS Team has collectively received 4 awards in this program.
- Completion of 2 comprehensive sets of classroom and videoconferencing training for ensuring successful worker owned cooperatives in America and other countries.
- Development of robust training to create circular, local economies built on a set of integrated cooperatives (cooperatives eco-set) within villages, towns and inner city communities. This cooperatives ecosystem can take care of all basic human needs while honoring the Earth with sustainable deliverables. Comprehensive training is currently under development.
- Planning stage has been reached in development of holistic trade (formerly called fair trade) detailed training for small businesses, especially food producers and companies, as well as a second robust curriculum of training for Earth-centered trade in manufacturing worldwide.