By sponsoring a farmer, you are covering the costs to help educate the farmer on world standards of Good Agricultural Practices (GAP), seeds, tools, rehabilitate or plant a new crop, maintenance costs for three years, costs incurred during harvest, and also transportation of the harvest to the trade center. Additionally, a portion will go towards the cost of having a regional agronomist to provide ongoing oversight through crop health checks to prevent and proactively identity pests/diseases that could negatively impact crop health. Additionally, this covers the farmer's cost to be a part of an overall cooperative for the agricultural offering they will be growing.
Sponsor a Boon Farmer (3 Years)
The cost of the farmer sponsorship is for a three year period getting them from rehabilitation/or newly planted through their first harvest.
The Boon Project (EIN: 84-3609866) is a public charity with federal tax-exempt status under Section 501(c)(3) of the IRS. Contributions to The Boon Project are tax-deductible.