Been working on ideas around buying up land for farming / forestry commons projects
A significant part of it is creating structures where people, similar to who you mention, can stash their money reasonably safely- backed by the land value- but hopefully more by perceived value of the projects & the potential for future investors (also maybe donations & legacies?)
Got some land/investors/donators lined up
Sorting legal structures
Sketch of things up at
Is there some kind of accountability setup in this as well? Even the longest lived cooperatives I know of have had issues resulting from infighting and toxic personalities. Commonly due to a lack of preinformed transformative justice and/or accountability procedures for those who behave in problematic ways.
@dazinism @douginamug Not really, I think it's a society wide thing. My fave reaource is the Bay Area Transformative justice collective. They develop abolitionist methods for dealing with responses to problems in their area/community. They have a thing called pod mapping where you map out who you would ask for support if you have experienced something, but also if you have committed something. Sadly I have never seen this applied in any groups near me.
A Fediverse instance for people interested in cooperative and collective projects.