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Project Cornucopia

About Us.

Our culture is one of developing and supporting  high performing investors, entrepreneurs, and business leaders.  As a company and economic empowerment agent, we are committed to leading local economies across America in job creation, fiscal opportunity, and wealth creation for everyday Americans. 

Definition of Cornucopia according to Merriam Webster: 

1: a curved, hollow goat's horn or similarly shaped receptacle (such as a horn-shaped basket) that is overflowing especially with fruit and vegetables (such as gourds, ears of corn, apples, and grapes) and that is used as a decorative motif emblematic of abundance

— called also horn of plenty

2: an inexhaustible store : ABUNDANCE

The Challenge American Food and Supply Chains May Face And How We Can Meet It.

(It’s not just an urban concern any more.)


American supply chains and mass markets experienced immense strain, exacerbated by the Covid-19 Pandemic. Millions of Americans are receiving stimulus payments and unemployment payment as a rescue effort to extend some type of life-line to American families.


We are witnessing mortal effects of ingesting GMO products, toxic health, food-born illness, soaring healthcare costs, and pediatric wellness decline just to name a few.  Now, we are facing a pandemic with millions of American’s possibly infected with the virus and we have buried more than 138, 000 souls as of this posting.  

It is our opinion, the opinions of many agricultural and economic professionals and thought-leaders that U.S. and global food supply chains are in dire need of reinforcements and the U.S. is not to date adequately prepared for it. 

It is not unreasonable to believe that suburban American areas will experience some reality of food deserts many of our urban areas have seen historically.  If we take action now, we can begin reversing for immediate and potentially lasting effects of potential food crises. 


What is a Food Desert?

Per Wikipedia, “A food desert is an area that has limited access to affordable and nutritious food, in contrast with an area with higher access to supermarkets or vegetable shops with fresh foods, which is called a food oasis”.  Unforeseen global occurrences like this pandemic, create vacuums in our food supply and can manifest health chasms almost overnight as we have seen in some (not all) grocery stores.  

State of American Farms.

Just 3 years ago, there were approximately 2 Mil farms according to the US Department of Agriculture.  However, farmers are only about 1.3 percent of the U.S. workforce according to these same findings.  In the case of small family farms the decline is dramatic.

And in the case of African American farms, the statistics are even more dire. 


Our Solution.

Our vision is to purchase 100, 5-acre lots, creating smaller, more manageable farming, clean food ecosystems for herbal, plant-based medicinal stations and food sources.  We promote  and develop a “food wealth” paradigm.  Our  proactive approach to health, food insecurity, and and other societal crises centered around the topic answers the looming  health crisis by  readily providing  access to whole, natural,  accessible resources for food and healing. 


How We Define Food.

In the simplest definition, food is natural, plant based sustenance and nutrition people and animals 

eat and or absorb to sustain life and growth.  Based on public discourse and data, it is our finding that real, whole, natural foods can heal the body, helping to eradicate pollutants that destroy our 

Physical and mental health, while providing life-giving substances for long, healthier lives.


Why Plant-based Food and Sustenance. 

Data supports the understanding that plants are better fandor our digestion, autoimmune system,  cardio vascular health, respiratory health, brain function - the list goes on and on.


In light of current public health warnings about the immediate and long-term effects of processed foods, empty calories, and now the pandemic and certaining before the on-slaught of covid-19, urban dwellings experienced food insecurity.  With the current global economic and health crises, it is irresponsible in our opinion to assume food deserts will remain within the borders of rural or urban geography only.


Our Campaign.

We are purchasing 5 to 10 acre lots in strategic urban and rural centers with plans of revitalizing smaller farming efforts to provide accessible, cost-effective, clean-food options for our living centers.  Our goal is to immediately begin planting these lots with clean, organic means, responsibility harvesting the food, and creating seasonal as well as long-term employment for our citizens.


We have identified Texas, Mississippi, Ohio, and Oklahoma as phase 1 of our efforts.  Ground Zero for us is northern Mississippi,  By  the fourth earnings quarter of year 2020, our goal is to purchase our second 5-acre lot, expanding Project Cornucopio.  We have built a community of cooperation with local and state officials to begin meeting the needs of citizens in the region and putting people to work.


How To Partner.

Purchase one of our health products made from more than 72 super foods,  becoming a preferred customer, or  a TLC Lifechanger rep with us.  Your purchases of these products from us assists us in exponentially growing our capital to not only purchase the land necessary for these projects, but also hires the human resources, and labor forces necessary to launch each “cornucopia” garden site.



CEO, investor, landowner and clean farming advocate, Chairidee Smith partners with local governments, "green" farmers, and clean eating advocates to create sustainable, whole foods gardens to create jobs, increase healthy living, diminish the presence of urban and rural food deserts.


Creating a legacy of land ownership and clean/greener living.

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This is just the beginning.  Our goal is 100 (5) acre gardens, providing clean food and improving America's health.


We creating food sources responsibly, growing clean foods, and giving our lands time to rest and replenish, ensuring we do not deplete the land of vital nutrients, minerals, and health.

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We believe plant-based medicines and foods are key to producing a healthier workforce. Click the graphic for more support.

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Click the graphic.  Sales of our TLC products raise capital for purchase of land centers, operations, and cost of doing doing business for each project.  Partner by purchasing a product, or become a business entity and earn residual income while you elevate your health and the health of national and global communities.