To create an organization which can evolve our food system in the United States and create ancillary markets in the Western region of our country.
Research in urban ecology finds that larger cities provide more specialized goods and services to the local market and surrounding areas, function as a transportation and wholesale hub for smaller places, and accumulate more capital, financial service provision, and an educated labor force, as well as often concentrating administrative functions for the area in which they lie.
While there is no doubt the "high tech" and "renewable energy" sectors are the key to our overall economic recovery and will continue to grow exponentially in coming decades; we have equal confidence that Urban Green LLC and similar "low tech" renewable resource organizations i.e. (Growing Power - Chicago and Sustainable Flatbush - NY) are now in the process of maintaining a identical trajectory. The past twelve years have been spent building the infrastructure to successfully implement this movement (which first emerged in 1985).