Earnest Earth, a student startup at the University of Illinois Research Park, is reaching out to farmers to create a mutually beneficial relationship. Gabriel Price and his co-founder Darell Teague came up with the idea for their company after attending an entrepreneurship event.
Earnest Earth collaborates with farmers to eliminate farms’ waste products, such as manure or vegetable waste, and turn it into all natural fertilizer to sell. Price was recently featured in the News-Gazette for his achievements in innovation. Earnest Earth is growing quickly and are going to be implementing their product in farms everywhere soon.
Not only did Price’s News-Gazette interview talk about his company, but he even praised fellow EnterpriseWorks company, IllinoisVentures, for supporting Earnest Earth and mentoring the company through the process they have been through.
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