EverGreenCoin Fertilized Seed Packet Crowdfund

EverGreenCoin Seed Crowdfund

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EverGreenCoin will be putting together chicken fertilizer and seed packets that will grow in any garden.  All fertilizer will be from Free-Range Chickens and the Seeds are Organic.  Each packet will come with 5oz of Free-Range Chicken Manure and hundreds of the following organic seeds.:

Broccoli, Kale, Spinach, Tomatoes, Potatoes, Onions, Cabbage, Peas, Cilantro, Corn, Radish, Carrots, Oregano, Thyme, and Lavender.

Together, we can help feed people with the little soil they have.  Helping get quality food and stability to the people in need of the world is one of the EverGreenCoin’s missions.  As Ron Finley says, “Growing your own food is like printing your own money.”

You can donate with credit cards, Pay Pal, or hundreds of coins. You can stake or send EGC directly to the EverGreenCoin Fertilized Seed Packet Crowdfund: EZPZhjyiA7aq8vXDyeYQCkEVeoBANTpQZW

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All transactions for seed purchases will be documented. Any overages or shortcomings will be discussed with the community that supported the project.

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Total Backers3
Total Sum$7.87
Goal$500.00
Remaining$492.13
Remaining
Start DateFebruary 27, 2017
End DateSeptember 30, 2017
Time RemainingThe campaign will end in 1 month, 10 days, 1 hour, 44 minutes, 26 seconds
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