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HOPE NAVAJO/DINE' INDIAN NATION PROJECT, INC.

 JULIE GORMAN BEGAYE
  
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1 ACRE PINON PINE NUT SAF GARDEN
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PREFACE

BRCA, Inc. in 2004 assembled and initiated 5 interrelated Projects in the four states of Arizona, California, Indiana and New Mexico as part of its "Hope of Annu Sustainable Agro-Forestry Poverty Abatement and Terrorism Prevention Partnership and Demonstration (HASAFPATPPD)" collaboration of which the Hope Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation SAF Project is one of those 5 interrelated projects in 4 states.

         I. INTRODUCTION

The BRCA/Hope Navajo/Dine' Project, Inc. Project Directed by Julie G. Begaye (jgbegaye@yahoo.com, 505-863-6636) has been selected as the site of the BRCA, Inc. entry to the United Nations "Johannesburg Sustainable economic Development 2002 Summit" call for "measurable and replicatable" Poverty Reduction demonstrations. The site is located on Ms. Begaye's Family Land Trust in the Fort Defiance, AZ. area of the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation. The "Nation" includes the legal "Reservation" plus allotted or "checkerboard" land owned by the Navajo Tribe and members. The Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation includes part of the United States of America states of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah.

MAP 1

Click for Closer Details of the above MAP -1.

 

BRCA, Inc. has worked on the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation in the Arizona, New Mexico and Utah
portions of the Reservation. Specializing in sustainable economic development beginning in 1979
through 1984, 1989 through 1997 and 2004 to the present BRCA, Inc. working with the Navajo
Tribal Government and other agencies and private members of the Navajo/Dine' Tribe of Native
North American people. Refer to the Resume of founding BRCA, Inc. Executive Director George
W. Singleton for details.

The Spring and Summer of 2009 is the rescheduled beginning of the projected 12 month installation
and commencement of the "sustainable economic development" operation of a 1 acre Pinon Pine Nut
Tree Sustainable Agro-Forest (SAF) Garden
on the Begaye Land Trust in the Fort Defiance, AZ. area
of the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation
. By June, 2013 it is targeted a Final Report will have been issued
by BRCA, Inc. documenting the significant ("200% increase in personal annual income of participants) chronic poverty reduction will be submitted to the United Nations in response to its "Johannesburg Sustainable Economic Development 2002 Summit" call for "measurable and replicatable" Poverty Reduction demonstrations for verification and certification as such.

         II. PROBLEM ANALYSIS

The Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation is the size of West Virginia (15,000,000 acres), a large part of which
is 6,000 feet above sea level in altitude; semi-arid and arid desert encompassing parts of the USA states
of Arizona, New Mexico and Utah. Please see MAP - 1.

The Navajo/Dine' Native American population is 250,000, with a per capita income of $5,000, an unemployment rate of 70% and a 50% English and Navajo/Dine' bilingual rate.

The Navajo "Reservation" is essentially an internal American colony observed and documented by the US Civil Rights Commission in its report entitled the Navajo Nation: An American Colony, September, 1975. Thus the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation is struggling to be a "Nation" against energy multinational corporations and their environmental pollution. Navajo land is rich in coal, oil and natural gas and uranium representing 75% of America's energy resources.

Thus the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation is predictably struggling against genocidal levels of poverty,
hunger, malnutrition and disease of which 90% are Nutritionally Related Diseases and Syndromes.
There is a debilitating level of alcohol and drug addictions and related family violence and dysfunction. Nevertheless, the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation is the largest Native American Indian "Nation" in the world in terms of land area and indigenous population.

Referring again to MAP 1 the Fort Defiance, Arizona area of the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation where the
1 acre Pinon Pine Nut Tree Sustainable Agro-Forest (SAF) Garden is to be located is rurally situated in
a unique micro-climate area in Northern Arizona near the New Mexico Border about 50 miles north west of Gallup NM. It is situated in a pristinely beautiful red-rock valley and is largely semi-arid. Fort Defiance, Arizona is populated by highly artistic, creative and self deterministic and aspiring people with a strong Dine' language tradition use and ethnic sense of family and community.

Fort Defiance, Arizona has long suffered from a chronic economic mini-depression sustained by the proximity of the Navajo-Hopi Joint Use Area and the Bennett Freeze on economic and community development under the US. Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA).

Predictably, the Fort Defiance, Arizona community is riddled with households of poverty with their own unique patterns of rural poverty ills, compounded with bilingual obstacles in education and employment. The resulting "socio-political economic blight" within this area of Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation has produced rural households of poverty although relatively small compared to the rest of Arizona which seems intractable.

Paradoxically, although existing in a rural area an "environmental blight" exists in the Fort Defiance, Arizona area in the form of a critical interrelated shortage of "green space infrastructure and horticultural enterprise"; i.e. sustainable economic development opportunities where viable home and organizational gardens, horticultural enterprises and thus horticulturally related jobs and small businesses are in short supply.

Note that land use is extremely lethargic and dominated by sheep herding; resulting in a semi-arid and desert ecological condition that is extremely top-soil eroded, deforested defoliated and in some areas desertification has begun over the past 100 years. Thus rural horticulture with rural home, family and community gardens is all but non-existent with small farms dominating and supported by cattle and
sheep herding.

Consequently, except for the wild craft of harvesting native Pinon Pine Nuts in the fall, the majority of plant derived food stuffs have to be imported from outside the Fort Defiance, Arizona area and from outside the surrounding contiguous Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation.

 

A. DEMOGRAPHICS

The demographics of the socio-political economic and environmental blight problems of the Fort Defiance, Arizona of the Navajo/Dine' Indiana Nation are presented below using 2000 statistics unless otherwise indicated:

* Child and Youth Total Population________ 6,700 people

* Adult Population______________________  2,400 people
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                                                             Total: 9,100 people



  * "Racial composition of the TSA: Navajo Indian /Dine' _________ 98%

                                                                                        Other______________________ 2%


                    * Average Income: $5,300

                    * Average Level of Education:: High School or Greater : 29%

                    * Children & Youth (0-17) Living in Poverty: 85%

                       Note: Arizona Children & Youth (0-17) Living in Poverty: 19%

                    * Families Receiving Public Assistance : 70%

                    * ADULTS THAT ARE TANF RECIPIENTS: 35%

                    * UNEMPLOYMENT RATE: 70% (2003)

                           B. POVERTY SYSTEMS ANALYSIS

BRCA, Inc. using a General Human Systems Theory paradigm has developed a Poverty Systems Analysis Flow Chart that in minute detail shows the root causes and effects or symptoms of Chronic Poverty and the significant job development and employment barriers; i.e. the "root" underlying causes and the socio-political economic blight and environmental blight symptoms faced by the world's urban and rural poor including America's Native American communities.


These Chronic Poverty associated causes and symptomatic problems can be summarized as follows:

i.) Community crime and violence ---- caused by poor nutrition; low quality foods and liquids; depravation of proper educational, creative, recreational and cultural and entertainment resources and dysfunctional families and social skills.

ii.) Community commercial blight and unemployment ---- caused by adherence to a debt producing, non-sustainable economic system; the myth of scarcity and welfare mentality and absence of viable demonstrated alternatives including what the United Nations Johannesburg SA Sustainable Economic Development 2002 Summit significantly has identified as the inalienable human right to sustainable economic development opportunities __ see UN JSED 2002 Summit 's Inalienable Human Rights Policy Statement.

iii.) Community environmental blight and pollution ---- caused by intense energy resources development and dependence on pastoral agricultural land use; ignoring the needs for family and community gardens and greening space for human physical and mental health resulting in agricultural land degeneration, and industrial chemical pollution and degradation of the ecosystem (climate, land, water, air and food).

NOTE: The 5 year drought that hovers over the American South Western states of CA., AZ., and NM. exacerbates any  conventional Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation horticultural development as the already depleted water reserves of the dammed Colorado River forming the northern border of the Navajo/Dine' Nation are sent via Lake Powell to South West USA urban centers most notably Los Angeles, CA.

Please see MAP 1 and the National Geographic Magazine coverage of the drought effect on Lake Powell.

iv.) Individual depression, alcohol, drug, and Nutritionally Related Diseases and Syndromes (e.g. heart and circulatory conditions, various cancers, stroke, obesity, liver and kidney diseases) ---- caused by improper diet; low quality and polluted foods and water; improper recreational and leisure activities; dysfunctional religious, spiritual and cultural preparation; and improper sicknes prevention, career and leisure time choices.


Consequently, the sustainable economic development systemic innovations of this project design reflect
its targeting the learning and motivational disabilities; stagnant community organization development, business development and job creation; poor work habits and job skills; transportation difficulties;
family dysfunctions; child care needs, nutritionally associated physical and mental health problems and alcohol, drug and tobacco abuse and addiction problems of the targeted groups living in poverty and their communities face as significant employment barriers.

                                     C. STAGNANT JOB DEVELOPMENT &                                      EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

In 1996 it is estimated that rural Fort Defiance, Arizona had approximately 700 people on welfare including Aid For Families with Dependent Children and had approximately 50 new jobs created.
Thus implementation of the "welfare reform" law officially the Federal Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Reconciliation Act of 1996 theoretically with the prevailing economic growth
rate, assuming proper job training, related job preparedness and job maintenance assistance would
take 700/50 or 14 years to properly implement this Act accomplish in rural Fort Defiance, Arizona !!!!

This analysis is significantly longer than for intensely urban areas based on the fact that:


                     o In 1996 New York City had 750,000 welfare recipients, and produced 86,000 new jobs;
                        i.e. would take 9 years; and

                     o In 1996 Los Angeles County had 550,000 welfare recipients;
                        and produced 55,000 new jobs; i.e. would take 10 years.

Note this does not accommodate the additional people who will be added to the job force and welfare
rolls annually __ people unable to find appropriate jobs because of improper education and training; and people unable to maintain such a job because of personal problems such as drug abuse/addiction, poor work habits and/or family dysfunctions. In 1996 America produced 2,000,000 new jobs; and yet America had 1,700,000 welfare recipients.

Consequently, there is a need to explore new paradigms like sustainable economic development in job training, job creation and community development; ones that are innovatively "multi-disciplinarian", cost efficient, cost effective and timely. Failure of the implementation of welfare reform in Fort
Defiance, Arizona has since 1996 contributed to a higher rate of area relocations to urban areas off the Reservation, increased poverty, and spread of dysfunctional families and the expansion of criminal behavior including "crack" and "rock" cocaine and "meth" trafficking.

III. THE SOLUTION


1 Acre Pinon Pine Nut Tree SAF Garden

It is proposed that a 1 acre Pinon Pine Nut Sustainable Agro-Forest (SAF) Garden be established in
Fort Defiance, AZ. on land held in trust by the BRCA/Hope Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation Project, Inc. Project Director Julie Gorman Begaye as a family enterprise entry into the United Nations "Johannesburg South Africa Sustainable Economic Development 2002 Summit (JSED 2002 Summit)"
call for "measurable and replicatable" Poverty Reduction Demonstrations.

Please study the details of the 12 element Sustainable Agro-Forestry (SAF) Model developed by BRCA, Inc. over the last 30 years using experimental anthropology partly derived from classical sustainable horticultural technologies of Ancient Egypt/Kemit, Ancient Israel, Ancient Mexico, Ancient Peru and Ancient North America.

PLEASE NOTE that one of the most innovative features of this 1 acre Pinon Pine Nut Sustainable Agro-Forest (SAF) Garden's Design is that after year #4 the BRCA/Hope Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation Project, Inc.'s primary funder and employer on the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation will be itself; with self funded entry and management positions in SAF beginning the third year as the primary employment funded from Project Income. Additionally, the SAF Project participants opting to find employment elsewhere in the greening industry or to build their own SAF Garden on land in their control will be encouraged to do so with appropriate technical and financial assistance.

The following horticultural based sustainable economic development related employment, self-employment and business development opportunities are possible:

    * HOME AND BUSINESS LANDSCAPING & GARDENING

* "CERTIFIED ORGANIC" PINION PINE TREE NUT, WHOLESALE
DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISES

                * OTHER "CERTIFIED ORGANIC" VEGETABLE, FRUIT, VEGETABLE, SEED
AND HERB WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISES

* FARMER'S MARKET RETAIL AND INTERNET PLANT PRODUCT
DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISES

                                        * INTERNET PLANT PRODUCT DISTRIBUTION ENTERPRISES

* OTHER ADDED VALUE FOOD MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISES

             * PAULOWNIA WOOD IS FIRE RETARDANT WITH A 750 F COMBUSTION
             TEMPERATURE COMPARED TO 250 F COMBUSTION TEMPERATURE
FOR PINE MANUFACTURING ENTERPRISES, INCLUDING:

- LOG HOME KITS
- LOGS FOR LOG HOMES
- FURNITURE & HOME FURNISHINGS
                - GENERIC AND
                 - FINE VENIER
- KITCHEN CABINETRY
- MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
- NON- STRUCTURAL HOME LUMBER PRODUCTS
- HOME ROOF SHINGLES AND SIDING - ESPECIALLY IN
 THOSE FIRE STORM AREAS
- PAPER PULP
- SHIPPING AND STORAGE CONTAINER
- ARTS AND CRAFTS

* HYBRID POPLAR FIRE WOOD CULTIVATION, PROCESSING  & DISTRIBUTION

* HYBRID POPLAR WOOD PRODUCT MANUFACTURING


It is projected that at least six (6) of these spin-off sustainable economic development related enterprises owned and operated by successful Navajo/Dine' Project Participants will be established from year four through year ten of this Project.

See the complete 10 year Projected Financial Analysis of the 1 acre Pinon Pine Nut Tree SAF Garden.

 


The above September, 2004 National Geographic Magazine page 31 photograph illustrates the effect
of the 5 year drought that hovers over the American South Western states of CA., AZ., and NM. and exacerbates any conventional Navajo/Dine' Nation horticultural development. In addition to Global Warming effects the already depleted water reserves of the dammed Colorado River which forms part
of the northern border of the Navajo/Dine' Nation are sent via Lake Powell to Los Angeles, CA and other South West USA urban centers. See MAP 1 for the location of this man made Lake Powell on the north west side of the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation.

To address the shortage of water scenario the proposed 1 acre Pinon Pine Nut Tree SAF Garden will
use a solar DC. pumped deep water well that will feed a solar greenhouse covered pond with
suspended horticultural work floor over the pond. In addition, the 12 element SAF Model, specifically one of its 5 Key Elements the Deep Planting Bed has natural water conservation using only ½ the water
of conventional agricultural systems, derived from the use of micro-climate tree shading, triangular companion planting and the natural water storage of the deep bed. Please read deep bed gardening specialist John Seymour's comments on the Deep Planting Bed's benefits.

 


Above is the front and back view of the Los Angeles, CA. based Melissa's Certified Organic Produce Brand Pine Nuts, Certified Organic, 3 oz. polyethylene bagged retailing at $3 grown in and imported from the Peoples Republic of China. Certification was done by CCOF in accordance to the USDA Organic Food Act. This equates to over $18/pound bagged retail. It is not identified if this Pine Nut is from a Pinon Pine Tree or other Pine tree.

However, Please note that Wild Oats Natural Food Super Market where the above product was
purchased also has an equivalent "Certified Organic" Pinon Pine Nut of this same item in the unpackaged bulk section also priced at $18/pound.

The Pinon Pine Tree grows naturally on the Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation being an important part of the Navajo/Dine' diet since they migrated there from Asia millenniums ago. Each fall it is source of harvest income. The 1 acre Pinon Pine Nut Sustainable Agro-Forest (SAF) Garden Project Director Julie Gorman Begaye and her family derive significant income from this activity selling directly to the public. However much time is spent finding pine nut producing trees in the 5 year drought condition, and such Pine Nuts are not "certified organic" selling for much less.

 


From the above 10 year Financial Analysis Summary the Pinon Pine Tree is the core design element as cash food crop of the 1 acre Pinon Pine Nut Sustainable Agro-Forest (SAF) Garden proposed as the BRCA, Inc. entry into the United Nations "JSED 2002 Summit" call for measurable and replicatable Poverty Reduction Demonstrations.

A study of this 10 year Financial Analysis Summary shows the Pinon Pine Nut Cash Crop and the products of Vermiculture __ intensive earthworm cultivation and production of humus top soil __ another of the 5 Key Elements are responsible for the awesome economic asset producing power of the
1 acre Pinon Pine Nut SAF Garden's 10 year projected financial analysis.

 

Download an Adobe PDF copy of the complete Hope Navajo/Dine' Indian Nation Project's 1 acre Pinon Nut Tree SAF Garden Proposal including the complete 10 Year Financial Analysis


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