GaiaQuest Eco-Communities

GaiaQuest EcoCommunities

GaiaQuest Eco-Communities

Our international GaiaQuest Center for Global Health and Well-Being has been thoughtfully conceived to provide a wide variety of Global Health and Well-Being Programs, Education, Products, Services and Resources that collectively promote and support a regeneratively sustainable future hosted at Permaculture based eco-community demonstration centers. GaiaQuest has been involved with three centers, including our original Santa Fe Center, the new center we are developing in Taos and our online center. We also get involved as consultants for a wide variety of eco-community projects. 

      • GaiaQuest’s original existing center was created at Aldea de Santa Fe, a unique new urbanist mixed-use community located in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  GaiaQuest designed and promoted a variety of local Eco-Community Permaculture projects at this location, including several residential projects and a regeneratively sustainable master planning effort intended to help repair and save the failed commercial center that Aldea’s developer left behind when they sold out. 
      • GaiaQuest’s new center has been conceived as an eco-community education resource to promote and provide regeneratively sustainable Permaculture and Permatecture solutions, primarily for recreation oriented alpine and sub alpine eco-resort communities. This center will be located within a new eco-village demonstration project at Tarleton Ranch in Taos.  GaiaQuest has provided the master planning for the Tarleton Ranch Eco-Village (TREV) that prominently features a beautiful central 230 acre eco-farm “Agripark” infused with abundant park and recreation amenities.  GaiaQuest’s demonstration center will initially introduce, test and develop Permaculture based food forest farm solutions that will then be used to develop productive and successful farm ecosystems. 
      • Serving the global community anywhere in the world with an internet connection, GaiaQuest’s third center is being developed as a virtual “online” eco-community center.

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