This project is the culmination of several years of research and development in partnership with the village community and elders of Gburima in Tamale who have designated a site near a cultural monument as a sign of goodwill for the project. As detailed in the book Human Adaptive Strategies/Ecology, Culture and Politics by Daniel G. Bates, the effects of industrialization on rural farming communities are assumed to follow a fairly predictable course leading to dependency, negative social consequences, and suffering by poor farmers. This project combines grassroot human intelligence, geospatial information, and AI to develop a replicable model of an animal husbandry and farming village. Mimicing a conventional rural farming and livelihood system-albeit an optimized and contained version-that has elements of a kraal arrangement system. The intended timeline is 8-12 weeks.