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US (IN): Lafayette Community raising funds for vertical farm

The Lafayette Community is organizing a game-changing fundraiser to build a nonprofit Vertical Farm downtown. They hope to raise $30,000 in two weeks, however the fundraiser will be active for 30 days. In addition to renting the space downtown, a portion of the money will also purchase the towers, indoor lights, and other necessities for the farm. Lafayette will see a viable space after two months from the time they successfully raise the funds required. If they don't raise $30,000 in their suggested time, they will keep going.



Check out the campaign at Barnraiser.

Publication date: 1/5/2017

 


 

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