Sustainable Ag Grant

Meet My Neighbor Productions, Inc. is dedicated to promoting sustainable, regenerative, and humane agricultural practices. In the spirit as such, when funds are available, Meet My Neighbor Productions, Inc. offers educational grants to assist in the development of educational content shared on social media.

These grants range from $100-1000 and may be used for the purposes of purchasing equipment necessary to implement, document, and teach sustainable practices.

To be eligible for the grant the grantee must:

Demonstrate financial ability to complete the sustainability program.

Demonstrate ability to record, edit, and produce high quality videos in 1080P or higher format.

Demonstrate knowledge of their desired program by submitting a scope of work and project plan.

Publishing Requirements:

The number of videos produced will depend on the project scope and amount funded.

All videos must be published on a public platform free to view for the general public.

All videos must refrain from any or all political comments.

All videos must be published to YouTube so Meet My Neighbor Productions, Inc. can include the video to a collaboration playlist.

All videos must include links to the Meet My Neighbor Production, Inc. website.

All videos must include within the actual video a 10-30 second video provided by Meet My Neighbor Production, Inc. at the beginning of each video in the series.

At the beginning of each video, Grantee must ask viewers to donate to Meet My Neighbor Productions, Inc. and provide our GoFundMe Link.

Examples of Grants:
Joy wants to implement high density grazing on her land. She needs $500 for electrical fencing materials. Meet My Neighbor Productions, Inc. Awards Joy with a $500.00 grant. Joy agrees to publish a minimum of 5 videos following the the project.

Ken would like to introduce aquaculture practices onto his farm. He needs $1500 for tanks and equipment. Ken can show that he has $500 in capital to help complete the project. Meet My Neighbor Productions, Inc. grants Ken $1,000.00. Ken agrees to publish 10 videos about his project.