Agriculture Capital is focused on bringing needed scale to regenerative food production.
Agriculture Capital is a sustainability-driven agriculture and food investment firm that currently manages two investment funds (“the Funds”). The Funds invest in permanent cropland and synergistic midstream assets to create a vertically integrated enterprise that grows, packs and markets high-value produce. Through an owner-operator model, the Funds employ a value-added approach to farm and food operations, focused on regenerative farm practices and the processing and sale of that produce as a means of enhancing returns. Our mission at Agriculture Capital is to develop a regenerative food and agriculture system that produces better food at scale and delivers healthy returns to investors while making a difference in our communities. Our vision is a world where more people have access to food that is better and healthier for their families, while improving the land and the communities in which we operate.
We currently own and operate farms and facilities in the western United States focused on citrus, hazelnut, blueberry, and table grape production.
What does regenerative agriculture mean to us?
It is organized around delivering positive impact – not avoiding negative impact – to human and ecological systems.
It is fundamentally based on health – health for those who eat and for those who grow, and health for the soil, air, and water resources that sustain it all.
It is rooted in fairness and community, where access to nutrition and opportunity is created across the organization and across the value chain. We seek to contribute to the communities where we do business and to the well-being of the people who make our business possible.
We care for the people and planet that help our business succeed, and we are committed to being transparent about how we work.
Agriculture Capital deploys capital in healthy food investments that are
Rooted in modern food safety systems
Available year round
Oriented toward consolidated retail industry
Built-in diverse perspective
Geographic and crop-based risk mitigation
Diversified margins across value chain
Greater product custody and quality assurance
Enhanced employment opportunities
Broader access to sustainability improvement
Differentiated through sustainability
Healthier soil, healthier returns
Focus on quality employment footprint
Water, fuel, and energy conservation builds culture, reduces risks