- Construct classroom, workshop, outdoor kitchen, and composting outhouse.
- Initiate earthworks, irrigation systems, water harvesting, and fencing to grow demonstration site.
- Launch workshops, youth programs, and outreach with a diverse curriculum focused on regenerative principles, benefits to biodiversity, and jaguar conservation.
- Plant terraces with agaves to produce Bacanora and benefit bats.
- Document wildlife and vegetation through motion-triggered camera monitoring, photo points, and survey plots.
- Strengthen relationships with state officials, local governments, and ejidos to support landowners, wildlife, and the regional economy.
- Secure funding for staff and team members based in the community.
- Build base of supporters and donors for long-term sustainability.
- Increase community awareness and connection to nature, thereby increasing biodiversity and jaguar populations in the region.
- Manage and improve demonstration site to become an international showcase of regenerative techniques.
- Host workshops – on topics such as jaguar, habitat, and water conservation – at the demonstration site, throughout the region, and online.
- Teach collectives that exemplify the regenerative economy for a complete systems approach (i.e. farmers, packagers, and marketers of a salsa or Bacanora work together, share profits, and own their businesses with a percentage of sales going back to the community).
- Expand youth programs with field school, Eco-clubs, and other activities that nurture the next generation of conservationists and regenerative heroes.
- Establish a scholarship program for youth to follow careers in conservation and the regenerative economy.
- Bolster local employment opportunities with paid work crews specializing in landscape restoration, natural building, education, solar installation, and ranch/farm practices.
- Monitor biodiversity, landscape restoration, and regional economic opportunities to quantify the impact of the demonstration site, classes, workshops, and community outreach.
- Leverage relationships with state officials, local governments, ejidos, and landowners to develop riparian corridors, parks, and protected spaces.
- Promote Eco-tourism that unites conservation, communities, and sustainable travel.
- Create, or assist in the creation of:
- A recycling center that utilizes waste materials to produce useful items, similar to systems being implemented by the City of Tucson,
- Bioremediation systems to address discharge of effluent into waterways, and
- A wildlife rehabilitation facility to care for injured wildlife in the region.