The goal of CFS is to get our facilities all over the world to help provide a sustainable agricultural option for humanitarian need, disaster relief, and in urban and suburban environments. The initial engineering steps have been completed. Now we move to prototype development, which is all about building and testing all the aspects of how a facility will operate. The prototype is more about testing operational characteristics than testing new technologies, because the vast majority of the pieces that comprise a CFS facility already exist. We're just putting it together in a special way. When done (less than 12 months is the goal once we're funded), CFS can hit the ground running, working with NGO's, humanitarian groups, governments and even the private sector to get CFS facilities in regions of most desperate need so that people can start eating and shift focus to their education. Right now we are in need of support, social support (awareness and exposure) and financial support (funding to hire the technical staff and build the prototype). Please visit our website for additional details.