In this issue, we say good bye to Algramo and turn our attention to Apollo and PrairieFood:

  • We had too many questions about Algramo’s business model to feel comfortable with an investment.
  • I have been working on an activist investment to turn around a deeply and profoundly mismanaged company that has truly revolutionary technology related to grid efficiency and resiliency and to network data transfer. We cannot reveal the name of the company, but we’re using the code name Project Apollo. See also our pitchdeck.
  • We have done more work on PrairieFood, the company that has invented a patented reactor to convert biowaste such as manure into a carbon capturing soil amendment that can has some compelling economic advantages to organic and conventional farmers. See also our Notes on PrairieFood.