Next Food Water & Energy is Changing the Game to Help Grow Food & Economy

2022-07-18 00:00:00 - Katy, Texas, United States - (PR Distribution™)

Food, Water and Energy are the three most critical elements for sustainability of humankind, and the Next Food, Water & Energy team of innovators are focused on projects to promote all three to help family farmers grow more food, grow their economy, and livelihood.

The world has lost a third of its farmland, the water crisis continues, and the lack of energy limits economic growth in many parts for the world.

Next Food, Water & Energy  (NFWE) is a team of scientists, engineers, and practitioners that has solutions and a business platform to grow food, create water and energy resources to help farmers anywhere in the world grow food faster and cheaper.

Food security is critical, but food production is chocked and limited by fertilizer and chemical importers/dealers and food traders. 

NFWE has created a new business platform for growing and distributing food, with amazing food production and profits to the farmers. 

Next Food, Water & Energy is ready to Change the Food, Water, and Energy Game. We are looking for serious partners to help countries, regions and municipalities improve food, water and energy security, and raise the economy and livelihood of the people.


Michael Chaplinsky, Team Manager, has over 35 years of experience in fertigation, irrigation, water, and soils.  He developed a new innovative High Yield Growing System that doubles crop production, while reducing water, fertilizer, labor and costs. This new technology is the foundation of the business model. His company Turf Feeding Systems works worldwide.   www.Turffeeding.com

Mr. Chaplinsky states, “Family farmers grow 80% of the world's food, and the farmer is controlled by the fertilizer/chemical trader and the food broker, who resells his food and makes the big profit. 

We have a new business platform to help family farmers grow more food and help manage their farm business.  It brings farmers together into a grower’s cooperative to train, educate and motive the farmers as a team.  It supplies them with new technologies in irrigation, fertigation and fertilizer production.  They make their own fertilizer and can grow quality food faster and cheaper than any other farmers.  Plus, it includes a food trading network, that markets and delivers food products directly to the end users, which gives them big profits.   

Contact - MC@turffeeding.com 

We are Changing the Food Game.”

John Jones, Operation Manager, is an environment engineer with over 20 years of experience designing and managing environmental, water, and soil projects across Africa and Asia.  He brings solar, water, and energy technology to the platform.  He has brought technologies and people together to achieve project goals in remote areas in Africa.  His company Focal Line Solar, Inc. is focused on innovations in solar energy and water. www.flsnova.com

Mr. Jones explains, “I have designed and managed projects across Africa and Asia to remediate soils and create water resources for over 20 years, and now I am focused on solar energy and water desalinization.

I know the rural culture and the farmers way of life. They need help, education and motivation to grow more food, grow their economy, and improve their livelihood.

Our Next Food Water & Energy is a great platform to implement all our team’s new and innovative technologies into farm communities anywhere.  We are focused on Africa, Asia and Central America to help struggling farmers to become great agricultural businesses.”

Contact - johnw.jones@yahoo.com


The world has lost a third of its arable land due to erosion or pollution in the past 40 years, with potentially disastrous consequences as global demand for food 

Earth has lost a third of arable land in past 40 years, scientists say | Soil | The Guardian

Water is essential to life, yet 771 million people in the world - 1 in 10 - lack access to it. According to a report by the World Economic Forum, the water crisis is the #5 global risk in terms of impact to society. 

The Global Water Crisis | Water.org

Energy is at the heart of the sustainable development agenda to 2030.

Energy is at the heart of the sustainable development agenda to 2030 – Analysis - IEA


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