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ACS Consortium Leadership Team


Our carbon production also provides farmers with access to affordable high-quality materials that can improve the quality of their lands and reduce their environmental impact. Furthermore, our biofuel production capabilities provide farmers with a sustainable and reliable source of energy to power their farms, significantly lowering their operating costs.

At ACS, we also take pride in being a Black and Native American-owned company committed to serving underserved communities. Our sustainable solutions help to bridge the gap between these communities by providing access to high-quality food and energy sources.

Our commitment to sustainability and innovation is unwavering, and we believe that we can make a difference for farmers and communities around the world. Contact us today to learn more about our sustainable solutions for land remediation, biofuel production, fish, switchgrass, mushrooms, and microgreens. We’re the sustainable eco-friendly solution for all underserved communities.


The mission of Agriculture Conversion Systems is to develop sustainable ecosystems of plant
crops, animal production, and energy systems. The approach is to combine raising plants and
animals, and operate energy systems in operational ways that are mutually supportive and which
minimize (the discharge of potentially harmful by-products into) any negative impacts on the
environment surrounding the local ecosystem.

Land, Food, Fuel & Water

The Agricultural Conversion Systems development is an environmentally, proactive approach to agriculture. The project is the creation of a zero discharge, high-yield agricultural ecosystem facility that has a modular, scalable design.  

The ACS design was initiated as an approach to environmental Land Remediation. In multiple areas of the United States, there are large acreages of toxic land from which  the contaminants  can be removed  using an established, natural process known as PHYTO-REMEDIATION. We have designed a safe and profitable way of processing  the toxin infused plant material into energy and carbon.

Agricultural and Conversion Systems (ACS) is an infrastructure project that aims to address waste and contaminated materials while promoting sustainable local food production and providing standby power to the grid. One approach to implementing ACS is to target municipalities with historically underserved areas and create joint ventures for funding, potentially through partnerships with the Department of Energy. To garner support for ACS, marketing its different components to various departments of the federal government can be an effective strategy.


The seed (kernel) idea of the ACS story was conceived by Dr. Bill Muldowney, a land remediation expert, who initiated an effort with some Indian tribes in Arizona to remediate large acreages of land from toxic dumping. Robert McCall of LA Trading Company LLC. was asked to look at the proposal and we came up with a commercially viable closed loop system. The core idea incorporates a natural remediation process, known as PHYTO-REMEDIATION, which decontaminates soil or water by using plants and trees to absorb or break down pollutants. Growing hemp and switch grass, or some other vegetation, absorbs the soil toxins and, over several crop cycles, restores the land to organic condition. 

The initial plan of producing charcoal from toxin infused plant harvests did not have the necessary commercial value to make the project viable. 

The Agricultural Conversion System plan proposes a  more comprehensive ecosystem design that includes safe processing the toxin infused harvested plants to return green diesel fuel as an energy source, along with other green cleaners, and charcoal.