Our team of imagineers has been hard-at-work designing the site and we're super excited to put these ideas into action!
We want to make shopping for veggies as easy as borrowing a cup of sugar from your neighbor. www.everylastmorsel.com
Many thanks to the brilliant artists who help us design these products -- we could NOT have done this without you. Hope you enjoy our pop-up shop!
Dainty dishtowels (shopping bag and apron designs coming soon):
Veggie Monster Hat! (Eggplant & Tomato coming soon) Notebook, too:
Every Last Morsel began as a landscaping service oddly enough, and
that landscaping service began with an assumption. Todd expected a
great many people would love to have their own garden and grow their
own food, but they simply didn't have the time or the knowledge to do
it themselves. If there's room enough to grow grass, then why not grow
food? And if lawn mowing services exist, then why can't farming
It wasn't long before Todd's list of clients grew quite large. Weeding
here; watering there; squashing bugs and building beds kept him rather
busy. And to remember which vegetables grew where was about as much
fun as playing with a spreadsheet, which is not very fun at all.
Enter Collin - Todd's high school friend and fellow gardener. As luck
would have it, he's also quite a talented web developer. Todd pitched
his idea for a web application to Collin. An application that would
allow him to map garden locations and list the plant varieties growing
in each. But expectations didn't remain so modest for long. Todd and
Collin realized that the concept would be much more interesting, if
they built it as an open network for everyone - green thumbs and
foodies alike - because the fun in growing food is sharing it after
all. And if they made it easy for people to share food, then maybe
people would be inclined grow more of it!
The rest, as they say, is history, but here's where the story gets
really interesting, because you get to choose where it goes from here.
I don't mean to suggest that you're faced with a choice of donating
money or buying a latte - though we certainly hope you choose the
former. Your opportunity to be involved is much greater than that;
because Every Last Morsel has evolved into a community of people
inspired to transform their communities by Good Eating. And I can't
think of a more delicious way to do good than that.
Todd, Collin & the gang
P.S. I apologize in advance to any English majors who may have been
offended by my inability to choose between 1st, 2nd & 3rd person.
P.P.S. Consider this the first of many thank yous to come. Thank you!
Thank you! Thank you!
P.P.P.S Share your thoughts with us on Facebook or Twitter; send us
photos of your backyard or a meal on your dinner plate. We wanna see
everything that happens from pitchfork to salad fork.
$10k may seem like a lot but we'll need to stretch every dollar.
Firstly, there are expenses associated with the campaign. The incentives that have been co-created with the help of friends are not free. I estimate the total cost of production and shipping will be $2-3k. Furthermore, Kickstarter takes 5% off the top to start.
So that leaves us with $7k
Server costs for hosting the website will be approximately $2000 for the year. And if the concept really grabs hold then it could grow to be far more with that.
That leaves us with about $5k which should be just enough to hire a talented developer who can help us build the remainder of the website.
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