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Desertification with no end in sight. Time for that to change. That's why we exist.

The global public has a compelling and vital interest in our ability to control biological carbon, improve ecosystems, restore aquifers, and provide services to support those efforts. It's good for the climate and its' about to be big business.

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Mission Statement

To utilize web3 technologies to design, develop, and implement sustainable water utilization and farming practices that optimize the value and productivity of America’s breadbasket.

Who We Are

We are a group of multi-disciplinary professionals who believe in stewardship.

Our aim is to destroy the very real and imminent threat of food and water scarcity in America caused by the desertification of fertile land, water depletion, and contamination. 

We explore, learn & educate as to the use of web3 tools to fund regenerative projects & incentivize changes in land use, especially those likely to benefit groundwater on & around the high plains aquifer system. We also seek funding through governmental, public, and private grants. These nontraditional sources coupled with sustainable environmental efforts can be financially beneficial and greatly increase the land’s value.


Science is key.

Here at Ogallala Life we incorporate leading industry practices that involve intensive remote sensing, Geographic Information System (GIS) monitoring, Internet of Things (IoT) technology, and citizen scientist methodologies. We strive to use modern and effective procedures that build the infrastructure to educate communities, harvest rainwater, build soils, and most importantly, restore and secure our water.

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Its' about the Rain you keep...

Saving Rivers

and Finding new Values


We know West Texas. We know its' land and those who work it. We know Web3.



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"A nation that destroys its' soils destroys itself."
Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1937

“Conservation will ultimately boil down to rewarding the private landowner who conserves the public interest.”
Aldo Leopold, Conservation Economics...


Monetary donations are appreciated, to support our mission of restoring an aquifer and diverse ecosystems. Donate by clicking button below. Digital Assets are even more invaluable to our cause.

Regenerative Finance just might save the world. We'll do our part. 



Get in touch with Ogallala Life to learn more about our work and how you can get involved.

(806) 217-7300

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