We advance resilience for our stakeholders, investors, food systems, and planet.About Us
Agriculture Capital invests in farmland and food infrastructure with the strategy to make capital more resilient, produce better food, and create valuable climate solutions.
We are scaling regenerative agriculture to deliver non-concessionary returns.
Our Stakeholders & Investors
Our investments in farmland and food processing assets seek to minimize future environmental risks and make our funds more resilient than other investment options.
our food systems
Establishing a resilient model of food infrastructure aims to create more access to healthy food while increasing the value of farmland under our stewardship.
Our food system investments work to restore habitats, rebuild natural resources, revitalize rural communities, and mitigate the effects of climate change.
We are experts driven by shared values
Our experienced team spans finance, farming, processing, marketing, sales, supply chain and impact. We’ve come together to change the way we think about investing in agriculture.Meet Our Team
Our investments rebuild the natural capital that sustains food systems.
What is regenerative agriculture?
We deploy capital to deliver healthier soil that produces better food, optimizes production, and minimizes the adverse impacts of climate change.
Our data driven approach helps us understand the carbon sequestration, biodiversity protection, and zero waste potential of the capital we invest.
We report on the financial, environmental, and community impact of our investments to partners.
Acres of farmland regeneratively managed
Metric tons of co2 sequestered annually 1
Increase in wild pollinator species abundance 2
Zero waste midstream facilities 3
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Agriculture Capital is one of the largest, if not the largest, organic blueberry producers in North America. To complement our portfolio of blueberry farmland assets, we have invested behind midstream businesses (think fresh packing, cold storage, freezing, etc.) in order to ensure our berries reach end markets efficiently and in peak condition.
US unemployment is low. Really low. The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimated the US seasonally adjusted unemployment rate in January 2023 was 3.4%. That is the lowest monthly figure since May 1969.
Pollinator decline is a problem. For at least the past 15 years, the annual loss rate of managed bee colonies in the US has been 30–50% — a remarkable rate.