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Research Initiative – Guy Clark ND

As an Adviser for the development of under-served populations, my stabilization efforts have ranged to develop food security from the local, household setting to the national level for international assistance and economic growth in the field-to-table or market continuum’s.  The professional roles I have assumed are as a Medical Adviser, Veterinary Health Researcher, Preventive Medical Advisor, Medical Assistance Programmer, clinician and others.  This service is wide-ranging from non-profit organizations and academic institutions to the US government and foreign governments. These roles hone insight to viable solutions from the fields to international trade.

My purpose has been aimed at understanding and arousing sustainable family plots, forming diverse community co-operatives/transportation to market and public-private partnerships. Therefore, enhancing a wide variety of eco-friendly livestock and cultivars, and stimulating clean/organic artisanal plots for posterity and commerce.

Mediation of increasing food production of high-quality agriculture is intent on superseding food security but enable a nation’s food supply to buyers outside of the county; commerce should be enhanced while maintaining a plentiful and healthful variety from local to global markets. Lucrative export business are proposed to concurrently facilitate in-country agricultural trade while enabling increased production, economic stimulation, improved quality products, sanitary practices.  Diets and vegetal remedies of well-adapted traditional orientation are emphasized for sustainability and re-introduction of low-cost use but viable treatments which have been forgone by expensive pharmaceuticals and medical care.

These international endeavors begin with area assessments which survey food security, as well as the review of disease identification and control strategies.   This effort includes research and prioritization of high-yield technology and educational applications, assessing national rural-development/agricultural goals and engaging foreign ministries, assistance entities, academic institutions, medical institutions, research entities, agronomists, veterinarians, farm owners and the general populace.

After over twenty years of foreign medical assistance, zoonotic disease (diseases shared between animals and humans) and food security analysis, it is my most effective contribution to help several areas of development: food security, traditional medicine (ethnobotany), zoonotic disease control and introduced infection concerns for indigenous people and unbiased nature of evolving infectious disease and global distribution of infectious disease.

By insuring the widest variety of foods are grown in every arable region, insuring the quality, sanitation, natural cultivars (non-GMO), toxin-free and free-range poultry and humane ecology-friendly livestock husbandry is the purpose of this promotion.

Please support the international education in healthful, equitable and viable agriculture for ecosystem health, world stability and future generations.  Progressive attitudes and practices abroad also prove the urgency of US agricultural mindfulness, i.e., improved food quality from our present factory farming “standard” or “conventional agriculture”.  Our US industrial agricultural practices require transparency, public education and examples of conscientious farming while the United States of America influences many foreign agricultural systems.

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Respectfully submitted,

Guy Clark, ND

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