Kanjini Co-operative aims to be financially sustainable and abundant through the development of industries, primary production and other activities, creating income and internal employment.
Cooperative businesses will be encouraged over private ones.
Individual businesses are subject to Co-op approval and will need to lease facilities and give a small percentage of income to the Co-op.
An internal and external barter and trade system may be established. The cooperative shall not borrow against more than 10% of property value and only if un-allocated income-streams can support repayments (unless the continued existence of the Co-Op is threatened by this limitation).
In addition to primary production, cooperative businesses could include guest accommodation, educational courses, classes and seminars (e.g. yoga, meditation, permaculture, alternative energy systems, sustainability), festivals, concerts and so on.
WOOFERS will be encouraged.