WE DEMAND REPARATIONS TO THE PEOPLE OF THE FIRST NATIONS, DESCENDANTS OF PEOPLE ENSLAVED IN THE TRANS-ATLANTIC SLAVE TRADE, AND PEOPLE ACROSS THE WORLD WHERE WHITE SUPREMACY AND GENOCIDE HAS DESTROYED THE NATURAL RHYTHM OF LIFE.

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UNTIL THEN…. GROWING FOOD WITHIN THESE SYSTEMS WE LIVE IN, IS NOT FREE! WE NEED THE COMMUNITY, THE ECONOMIC GATE KEEPERS AND PRIVILEGED TO SUPPORT OUR GRASS ROOTS MOVEMENT. WE ACCEPT DONATIONS FROM ANYONE WISHING TO GIVE. NOTHING IS TOO SMALL. SMALL STEPS LEAD TO BIG CHANGE. CHANGE LEADS TO LIBERATION.

(CONTACT US FOR FISCAL SPONSOR INFO)

PLEASE GIVE AT PAYPAL.ME/DNAGROWS

BUDGET:

  • Raised beds - $30 each, 12 total beds= $360

  • Soil testing- $15 x 6= $90

  • Soil/ Compost - $1500

  • Plants - $300

  • Water - $500

  • Irrigation/Hoses/Olla - $120 each garden, $120x6= $720

  • Fertilizer/Amendments - $300

  • Electricity for seedlings -$200

  • Containers - $100

  • Tables - $100

  • Mulch -1 straw bale=$10- 30 bales= $300

  • Gardening Tools -$600

  • Tellessing-$200

  • Low tunnels - $300

  • Lawn Mower - $100

  • Harvesting, cleaning, and distribution tools - $300

  • Gasoline - $500

  • Bikes/Trailers - $1200

  • Coolers/ice - $250

  • Truck rental - $200

  • TOTAL: $8,120

  • Heated Greenhouse - $4000

  • TOTAL: $12,120

  • Stipend:

  • April 2019 - April 2020

  • $1000 per month x 3 Farmers/Souls = $3000 per month

  • Annual: $36,000

  • GRAND TOTAL: $48,120

The estimated cost to provide resources to sustainably complete the season and create positive growth within the community will be $8,120 for supplies and resources alone. That doesn’t include cost of living and building long term garden infrastructure.

As we are not backed by any non-profits, for-profits, or large donors. We NEED our communities support to be able to increase access to FREE naturally grown food and medicine to the Twin Cities people.

We will gladly accept any tools and resources you have in addition to US dollars.

  • Digging shovels

  • Tench shovels

  • Hand shovels

  • Rakes

  • Hoes

  • Seed Row Planter

  • Pairs of gloves

  • Knives

  • Trellising

  • Pruners

  • Machete and Sickle

  • Buckets/bins for harvest and cleaning

  • Tables

  • Wheel barrows

  • Hoses

  • Irrigation

  • Large Terra cotta pots

  • Lawn Mower

  • Low Tunnels

  • Cold Frames

  • Any farming tools

  • 3 Bikes-medium and large frame

  • Trailer for food distribution