WANT TO PARTICIPATE / SUPPORT THE
1000 bushels is a LOT of wheat, and
I'm going to need a whole lot of help from you and everyone you know, dear
reader, to pull this off. So if you're in the Chicago region or surrounding
rural areas, this is where you come in.
NOTE (10/15/2010): All 20 tons
of the flour has been given away or spoken for. A huge thanks to
everyone who participated in this process - whether you took a pound or a
ton, it was your ideas and spirit that make this project happen.
Are you a flour recipient?
Remember to email me (sarah "at" industrial harvest "dot com") a note and
tell me what you did with the flour! Send pictures!
You can also post pictures to the project
I also love good
old-fashioned snail mail, send to: 3955 Fremont Avenue N. Apt.
B, Seattle WA 98103
Not sure what to do with wheat / flour? Here's
a list of wheat-based products, most (but not all) of
Keep in mind the flour/wheat should be used for the public good - given away
or somehow shared with others - it's not for personal or for-profit
This project cost over $15,000 and is
being funded completely out of pocket and through individual donations. Donate
through Shunpike. Industrial Harvest is a partner of Shunpike, a 501(c)(3)
non-profit organization and our fiscal sponsor, which means your donation
will be tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law. If your employer
offers a corporate match program, your donation will double!
Thanks to the project's
financial supporters! Shunpike
donors have raised $1,250 - thank you! Thanks, Kickstarter donors -
y'all raised $7,708!