Richard Brion didn’t set off to try and change the agricultural landscape of America, but when he found himself burning hundreds of acres of rich fields of poppy plants in Afghanistan, he thought there had to be a better way. What he saw was an onslaught of shortsighted practices, ill-advised systems, and destructive caretaking when it came to how we cultivated earths land.
Richard wants to tackle the issues of depleted soil, food deserts, climate change, low quality, and exploitative labor, through soil-based, self-contained systems called “farmlets”. When we began talking about his vision and mission for Revolution Agriculture, we jumped at the chance to help in anyway we could.
Our initial goals were to understand where RevoAg was in terms of development, testing and data, messaging and marketing, as well as investors and funding opportunities. After understanding where things stood, we wanted to help improve the overall brand design and messaging, overall design improvements and uniformity, update pitch decks and other investor communications, work on a strategy for future engagements for funding.