OUR STRATEGY

Bringing needed scale to regenerative food production

Agriculture Capital is a regenerative agriculture and food investment firm that currently manages two investment 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.

Agriculture Capital

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.

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.

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.

Agriculture Capital deploys capital in healthy food investments that are:

CUSTOMER
 DRIVEN

CUSTOMER
DRIVEN

  • Grow what consumers & customers want to buy
  • Deliver on food safety and transparency
  • Demand for healthy, plant-based diets: fruits, nuts
  • Desire for transparency, sustainability, and values alignment in food production
APPROPRIATELY 
SCALED

APPROPRIATELY
SCALED

  • Professional data-driven management teams
  • Diversification across geographies, crops and development stages
  • Economies of scale for increased efficiencies
  • Scaled to sell directly to consolidated, global retailers
VERTICALLY
 INTEGRATED

VERTICALLY
INTEGRATED

  • Differentiated with quality and transparency from seed to market
  • Diversified margins across the value chain with mix of midstream and farmland assets
  • Mitigate risk with the aim to enhance return opportunity
DIFFERENTIATED
 BY SUSTAINABILITY

regenerative
Management

  • Water, fuel and energy conservation builds culture, reduces risk
  • Focus on quality employment footprint
  • "AC way" to measure and track results

We currently manage and operate farms and facilities in the western United States and Australia focused on citrus, tree nuts, hazelnut, blueberry, and table grape production.

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THE AC WAY

Collaboration for Regenerative Solutions

Our tiered AC Way regenerative management framework establishes common priorities across our businesses to drive excellence and aligns with other high-integrity impact management tools. The framework is far-reaching — from food safety and nutrition to workplace quality and opportunity to input efficiency and innovative natural resource management — and has already created economic and societal impacts that we replicate as we scale our agricultural businesses.

Select AC Way Practices

Hedgerows & HABITAT

HEDGEROWS & HABITAT

Thriving native vegetation features on our farms support pollinators and pest-hungry beneficial insects and bolster crop production.

Cover Crops

COVER CROPS

Vegetation between crop rows reduces erosion, traps and holds carbon, retains water and nutrients, and improves water quality.

Water-Resillience

WATER RESILIENCE

Storing and banking water through infrastructure, recharge, and process recapture helps us prepare for changing climatic and hydrologic conditions. We actively manage nearly 200 million gallons this way.

Learn more about AC Way
practices in our Impact Report