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Hello everyone.

Please consider donating and spreading the word about our crowdfunding campaign to help save our animal sanctuary and permaculture farm. Every dollar helps! We at Greenshire Eco Farms are eternally grateful for your consideration and support. <3
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have you thought about selling your land for a conservation easement to a local land trust which would mean giving up the development and mineral rights? this could bring a good amount of $ for you and allow you to still farm.
 
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Thanks for the suggestion Wesley. I looked into that but the two land trust organizations I could find in our region weren't able to help us, especially not in such a short amount of time.
 
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