@Travis; What's up with that? Given the conditions, I'd expect they would have a good partnership model. Come to think of it maybe not. It was a Mainer who retored, "Parnership is the only ship that won't sail."
@James; I've grown suspicious, after having my farm dreams posted there for a year now. In fact, I've been vocal to them that their "Farmer to Farm" links are prolly doing more harm than good.
Right, Tyler.. Investor partners' resource is cash or land of equivalent value. In my model, somewhere equivalent to $500,000, if it's the case where we buy property and build out a small-midsize operation in the Hudson Valley east.
But, without detailing here please catch up with me, as Paul kindly suggests, elsewhere. I started this thread 7 mos ago link below.
Can we explore how partnerships can work to transfer property for Ag/conservancy purposes without farmer indebteness to wasteful lease scenarios. Think Salatines Memo of Understanding but with farmer share in profit and voice. Considering the 9 Partners model. My focus is currently to define the Investor Partners and Landowner Partners.
I'm trying to do so in a way that illustrates my personal goals as a framework from which I can think about building partnerships from a more general description. For example; I feel that in general, investor partners and landowner partners should remain low 3-5(at most) each with equal resources (cash/land/animals/structure/...) In my example we'll each need about $500,000 between 2-3 people.
Soil, Water, Climate
Landowner, Investor, Farmer
Community, Student, Sponsor
Olivia remains equally elusory.