P.E.G. Agenda

* An eco-missionary seeking remote farming communities in 1999 to teach natural farming technologies
* In 2008, a family crusade from the Philippines in the Asia-Pacific region was in Canada in 2009, and 2010 in Africa to serve

Our global food requirement is a major contributing factor to climate change and environmental destruction.

Clearing forest eco-systems and converting flat-lands into human food beds destroy the natural habitat of other living organisms permanently.

Harmful gasses are emitted constantly from our agricultural lands by chemical fertilizers, burning agricultural and community wastes, and improper handling of livestock manure.

Pesticides, fungicides, herbicides, and growth stimulants not only pollute our waters, land and air - these chemicals dangerously enter our bodies through the food chain.

Save Earth Save Lives is a grass-roots-based organization promoting sustainable technologies towards the production of safe and natural food items from around the world.


We work closely with academic institutions, conservation partners, corporations, and governments to conserve our productive lands for future generations and environmental welfare.

Natural biological technology - a free science, achieves sustainable, eco-friendly, organic-based, and practical methods towards the production of "accessible food items" that can help alleviate poverty from around the world.

We are a pro-active people's organization.

We value human and environmental well-being by stressing the importance of ecology and the natural sciences towards the production of safer food items for human consumption.

Working with our future and the "WORLD" in mind -

We work with people to achieve programs towards peaceful, friendly, practical, sustainable, and long-lasting solutions !

Join the Agro-Ecology Councils of the world to help promote your concern for the environment and human health.

Contact us for more details.

Rene Quinquito
The Agro-Ecology Councils
Save Earth Save Lives Int'l Crusade

1. Poverty

2. Environmental degradation

3. Garbage