Discover Permaculture Projects

Explore the diverse range of permaculture projects facilitated by Unitree.


Exploring Permaculture Initiatives

Discover the Diversity of Permaculture Projects

The Galt's Landing Unitree pilot project is a 1-acre food forest in Central Florida, tokenized with Unitree to support community agriculture. It demonstrates how permaculture principles can create abundant systems for food, water, and energy, offering tours and volunteer opportunities for those interested in living freely and sustainably. For more details, visit their website at
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How it works

Establishing a Permaculture Project: From Land to Operation

Learn how to transform land into a thriving permaculture project, from the initial acquisition to full operation. Discover the steps involved in creating a sustainable and regenerative environment.

Acquiring the Land

Find the perfect piece of land for your permaculture project, considering factors such as location, size, and natural resources.

Designing the Project

Develop a comprehensive plan for your permaculture project, incorporating elements such as food production, water management, and biodiversity.

Implementing the Plan

Put your permaculture project into action, utilizing sustainable practices and regenerative techniques to create a thriving ecosystem.


Find answers to frequently asked questions about permaculture projects, participation, and outcomes.

What is permaculture?

Permaculture is a holistic approach to designing and managing sustainable systems that mimic natural ecosystems. It aims to create regenerative environments that provide food, medicine, building materials, and bio-fuels while promoting biodiversity and ecological balance.

How can I participate?

Participation in permaculture projects can take various forms. You can contribute fiat currency, land, skills, labor, tools, materials, or technology to support the development and maintenance of regenerative environments.

What are the outcomes?

The outcomes of permaculture projects are multifaceted, extending from the establishment of sustainable food systems and the restoration of ecosystems to the enhancement of biodiversity and the production of invaluable resources. Notably, these projects offer more than environmental benefits; participants can also tap into economic opportunities. Through the token economy, these tokens embody the income potential tied to the project's success, appreciating in value as the projects flourish. Moreover, token holders gain exclusive access to the projects, further intertwining the ecological and economic advantages of permaculture initiatives.

How do tokens work?

Tokens within permaculture projects not only encapsulate the intrinsic value of the projects but also offer a dynamic avenue for income potential and investment growth. As the value of these projects escalates—reflecting enhancements in sustainability, productivity, or ecological balance—the worth of the tokens correspondingly rises. This increase in token value not only signifies a robust store of value for contributors but also heralds the possibility of significant returns on investment. Beyond financial gains, these tokens serve as keys to exclusive access within the project ecosystem, potentially including rights to plots of land, homes, businesses, or timeshares. Such a multifaceted approach intertwines the economic benefits with tangible, real-world utilities, making the tokens a cornerstone of both financial and ecological participation in the projects.

How can I get involved?

To get involved in permaculture projects, you can explore the Unitree website and learn more about the available projects. You can also join the online community for collaboration and discussion, participate in the token exchange, and contribute your skills, resources, or investments.

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