Building a farm from the ground up takes more than hard work. Small farmers, who often have cash tied up in crops and livestock, can struggle to earn money or not make a living at all. Finding financial resources is imperative.
While crowdfunding has long been the provenance of writers, filmmakers and other creative types, a growing number of agricultural entrepreneurs are turning to the internet to not only crowdfund their sustainable farming projects, but market their brands nationally.
Crowdfunding platforms, such as UHelp allow farmers and agriculture organizations to post profiles of their projects online and seek funding from backers to bring their agricultural concepts to life.
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