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This Self Sufficient Community Will Grow Its Own Food And Create Its Own Renewable Energy

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While advances in agricultural technology have increased the production of food, the techniques adopted had a heavy toll on the lands used for crops and livestock and in the surrounding atmosphere. To reverse this situation, a project was introduced last year that aims to develop a more sustainable neighborhood community which will grow its own food, live off-grid, recycle water, and handle its own waste.

The project was a collaboration between regenerative residential real estate developer ReGen Villages and Danish architecture firm Effekt. It first started in the Netherlands where a pilot community was completed this year. The concept will soon be coming to Sweden, Norway, Denmark, and Germany.

The Amish people are known for having long lived off the grid and promoting communal farms to sustain their living. While ReGen Villages are partly inspired by these communal farms, they are not another attempt to recreate pastoral living.

ReGen Villages’goal is to create off-grid capable neighborhoods that include energy-positive homes, renewable energy and energy storage, vertical farming, aquaponics, water management and waste-to-resource systems. According to the project’s founder, James Ehrlich, they want to build resilient communities that power and feed self-reliant families around the world.
Effekt co-founder Sinus Lynge describes ReGen as the Tesla of eco-villages. The initiative relies on existing technologies to provide clean energy, water, and food right off the village residents’ doorstep.

The first ReGen Village opened last summer in Almere, The Netherlands with 100 homes. Sites across Europe followed. The project wants to expand globally including in Saudi Arabia, Malaysia, India, China, parts of Africa, the U.S., and Canada.

ReGen is targeting developing countries where billions migrate from rural communities in the search for better living conditions. By 2060, 2.5 billion people will be living in urban areas. The residential project will bring regenerative and resilient platform design thinking into peri-urban and rural areas, says Ehrlich.

ReGen Villages combine sustainable farming and land management with tech infrastructure to produce more food, more clean water, more clean energy and mitigate more waste than if the land is used to grow organic food. Ehrlich envisions a vertical garden system that continually yields vegetables, fruits, nuts, and legumes. He also sees fish, chicken, eggs, and small animal dairy, all produced by the village. This food will be produced by utilizing a combination of aeroponics, aquaponics, permaculture, food forests, and high-yield organic farming.

To generate their own energy, the villages will rely on geothermal, solar, solar thermal, wind, and biomass sources. A biogas plant will be installed to convert non-compostable household waste into power and water.

ReGen Villages residents will take responsibility to ensure that the ecosystem continues to function properly. There will be areas for communal dining, playgrounds, and community learning centers as well as electric car charging stations which will be made available in public squares.

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