"Demeter" is the Greek goddess of harvest and agriculture, presiding over grains and the fertility of the earth.

Sustainable Measures to Protect Nature + Wellbeing

The Demeter Project Trust is a non-profit entity designed to hold and develop land, land leases, and conservation easements while promoting sustainable, restorative agriculture.

Traditional massive (mechanized/centralized) farming is expensive, taking nearly $5 of capital input for every $1 generated in annual revenue. The sustainable, decentralized, permaculture approach is better for the environment but also cost effective since it averages around $.40 in capital input for every $1 generated in annual revenue.

Roots to Success:

○ Partnering with both for-profit and non-profit enterprises to monetize the land as well as provide for the education of the next generation of restorative farmers.

○ Utilizing special tax programs for land and conservation programs to save on costs and support local environments.

○ Acquiring land is essential to our agricultural development plans and continuously growing our projects.

THE DEMETER PROJECT

Educating + Training

the Next Generation of Restorative Farmers

Land Preservation

Protecting land from commercial development.

Sustainable Farming

Cultivating land to farm crops and livestock.

Rehabilitation Programs

Offering therapeutic treatment and job training.

Meet our team

The Demeter Project has assembled a team of passionate folks that see a green future where every veteran is employed and off the streets.

Founder
Josh Leavitt
Co-Founder
Will Kellett
Creative Director
Dominic Perri
Grants Manager
Pace Tyson
Board Member
TBD
Board Member
TBD

CONTACT US

Get in Touch!

contact@thedemeterproject.com
>Offices in New Hampshire + Maine

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