Open Farm

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Fiscal Host: OpenFarm

A free and open database for farming and gardening knowledge. You can grow anything!

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Top financial contributors

1
Rory Aronson

$1,600 USD since Oct 2013

2
Connor Rigby

$1,170 USD since Aug 2017

3
Simon

$210 USD since Jun 2016

4
Gabriel

$135 USD since Jun 2016

5
Eric Lanehart

$85 USD since Jun 2017

6
Emily Plummer

$20 USD since Jun 2016

7
Vicki Peng

$12 USD since Nov 2016

8
Robert Peacock

$10 USD since Jun 2016

9
Hutson Betts

$10 USD since Jul 2018

10
Fredrik Sandström

$5 USD since Aug 2016

11
Hadrian

$4 USD since Jan 2017

Open Farm is all of us

Our contributors 13

Thank you for supporting Open Farm.

Rory Aronson

Admin

$1,600 USD

Simon Vansintjan

Core Contributor

Connor Rigby

Backers

$1,170 USD

Simon

Backers

$210 USD

Gabriel

Backers

$135 USD

Eric Lanehart

Backers

$85 USD

Emily Plummer

Backers

$20 USD

Vicki Peng

Backers

$12 USD

Robert Peacock

Backers

$10 USD

Hadrian

Backers

$4 USD

Budget


Transparent and open finances.

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Today’s balance

$2,949.99 USD

Total raised

$2,954.99 USD

Total disbursed

$5.00 USD

Estimated annual budget

$444.01 USD

About


OpenFarm is a free and open database and web application for farming and gardening knowledge. One might think of it as the Wikipedia or Freebase for growing plants, though it functions more like a cooking recipes site.

The main content are Growing Guides: creative, crowd-sourced, single-author, structured documents that include all of the necessary information for a person or machine to grow a plant, i.e.: seed spacing and depth, watering regimen, recommended soil composition and companion plants, sun/shade requirements, etc.

Other use cases: a mobile app for home gardeners, Google providing “One Box” answers to search queries such as “How do I grow tomatoes?”, smart garden sensors, automated farming machines.

Our team

Simon Vansintjan

Core Contributor