Our solution is, that we rate eggs from farmers markets and supermarkets. We will grade them on: Are the chickens cage free or free range, the amount of square feet per bird, the taste of the eggs, the prices, quality of the eggs. Our community of focus is all of West LA, because that is where we all live and go to school. An ideal community partner for us would be the vendors at farmers markets that we are going rate. Our budget is from 40 to 50 dollars, and that is for buying half-dozen eggs to rate. Some major steps are that we are going to go to farmers markets and we are going to interview the vendors about their farms, we are going to cook the eggs, and rate the eggs for our website. A timeline for that is: Week 3, we are going to go to a supermarket and buy eggs, and then rate those eggs. Week 4 we are going to go to a farmer’s market and rate those eggs, and talk to their vendors. And then we are going to create the website and add all the data on Week 4, or Week 5. There is another website similar to ours, but they have rated it differently than we are doing ours. And they are rating eggs all across the United States, not just LA. A method for collecting data for us is, we are going to, go to farmers markets and talk with the representative from that farm, and we have been doing lots of research online. And taking notes on: what are they really doing for the community, how they are doing it, and also making a summary of the type of source.