Three Revolutions: Crowdfunding for Farm and Food Ventures

Via Slow Money Maine:

Last week my partner Chris and I launched Three Revolutions, the world’s first crowdfunding platform dedicated to farm and food ventures! Thank you to all of you who’ve offered support along the way to help us get to this point. It’s much appreciated.

The initial response to last week’s launch of Three Revolutions has been wonderful; the four inaugural projects are off to a strong start and the interest is strong from all directions. We need to keep this going so we can build momentum. Here are a couple ways you can play an important role on this, if you’d like:

  1. Plant: If you are a farmer or food entrepreneur with a good idea, visit threerevolutions.com and start a campaign.
  2. Pollinate: Help get the word out through tweets, blogs, emails to your networks, newsletter articles, conversations, etc. Liking, sharing or commenting on projects also helps to get the word out.
  3. Cultivate: Visit threerevolutions.com and back an entrepreneur. The projects are great, the bar is low ($10 gets you in the door; no account needed), and the rewards are enticing. We have four projects now and more on the way.

Please also like / share our new Facebook page.

Thanks so much!
Kevin

Three Revolutions: Funding Food Through Community
Put your money where your mouth is.

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