Philosophy: (from Greek, by way of Latin, philosophia, "love of wisdom")

1. the rational, abstract, and methodical consideration of reality as a whole or of fundamental dimensions of human existence and experience. Philosophical inquiry is a central element in the intellectual history of many civilizations.

2. The study of general and fundamental questions, such as those about reason, existence, knowledge, values, mind, and language. Such questions are often posed as problems to be studied or resolved.

The philosophy of EarthCorp is based on three simple concepts: Integrity, We are one, and Positive Collectivism. The three together underpin the design of our projects and goals at EarthCorp.


We either have it and exhibit it, or we don't. There is no in between. All true visions are based in integrity. Visionary actions in life are dictated by success of the vision. All visions of this nature automatically support all other such visions because they are all based in integrity.

We are One

We are one is a simple concept, as old as humankind, offering a deep value in resolving conflict through unification. It is the realization that the only differences between all humans are nothing more than perceptions. When we change our perceptions we change our reality. Race, religion, social standing, political affiliation, and all of our other conflictory views are only perceptions. EarthCorp chooses to perceive humanity as One.

Positive collectivism

Positive Collectivism has relation to socialism or communism. It is based on capitalism. We define it as "working together with a common cause, while still fulfilling our individual visions and goals." The opposite is seen in Negative collectivism -- living and interacting in the same environment with others, but in a self-serving way only, and detrimental to others. Positive collectivism also includes collective responsibility, for all actions made by all humans throughout history. Whether good or bad, we all own everything we have done.

We are building on core principals of humankind, reaching into our collective history. We believe the nature of humanity is to be good, to be positive, and to work together for a common cause. Positive collectivsm.

Our Mission

Making environmental regeneration economically appealing


EarthCorp believes that the two most important organizations in our society are food producers and educators. Food producers are arguably the most important, since without food life ends. We seek to bring these facts back to the forefront of society.

EarthCorp also recognizes that the existence of our society as we have created and structured it is fully dependent on economics and how it impacts the world as we understand it. Therefore, EarthCorp was created as a hybrid of for-profit and nonprofit enterprises. Nonprofits are doomed to failure by virtue of their nature, because they run counter to the structure of society as we created it under our economic model: they don't generate profit.

EarthCorp creates economic growth through programs that benefit all parties. Most importantly, we do this in such a way that an inextricable bond is created between the Small Food Producers (aka farmers) and the manufacturers (retailers). A bond that is environmentally sustainable while being socioeconomically profitable.

The Reality Of Money

Money and economics are a human concept. Our true value in life is our integrity and our contributions to the well-being and advancement of other human beings and life forms. Money has always been and will never be anything more than a human concept. From its inception we could say that it represented the highest form of human value, which was an exchange of the unique personal abilities of one individual which was exchanged for equal value of another individual's unique intellect and abilities. This is barter. “I saw something in you that I desired and considered of high value, such that I would give you in return my highest value.” It's that simple.

It has since become a gross caricature. Today, the idea that a piece of paper or a number on a computer screen such as a cryptocurrency, has value or importance, is in my estimation insulting to our species and our intellect. This concept is the sole reason we have stress and discomfort in our lives.

“At first the truth is ridiculed, then it is violently opposed, then it is held to be self evident.”
(A modification attributed to Schopenhauer’s original statement )

Our contemporary human society is not guided by a moral compass, it is driven by an economic objective. Economics has no basis in morality, making it detrimental to humanity and our planet. Yet, economic value originates from only two points: resources from our planet, and services that come from human intellect and labor. Precious metals are not valuable resources, we merely give them perceived value due to rarity.

The advent of asset based economy followed by fiat economy destroyed the value concept which exists only within our planet (resources) and human intellect (skills and labor).

The philosophical goal of EarthCorp is to restore the value concept, using the economic system as we have created it. A circular process that feeds fiat currency (perceived value) into recreating true value (natural resources) while in turn increasing economic growth (also perceived value).