Phil Graves on how Patagonia is investing its $75 million fund into regenerative agriculture

Why regenerative ORGANIC certification is key for the future of agriculture? To find the answer we interviewed with Phil Graves, head of Patagonia’s venture fund Tin Shed Ventures.

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Recorded live at the Patagonia headquarters in Ventura, in this podcast I discuss with Phil Graves of Tin Shed Venture and Patagonia Provision how they are investing through Tin Shed Ventures, a $75 million fund into regenerative agriculture.

Tin Shed Ventures is Patagonia’s corporate venture capital fund, which invests in start-ups that offer solutions to the environmental crisis. 
tinshedventures.com

Patagonia Provisions is a concerted effort to reshape our food chain using organic, regenerative farming practices,
www.patagoniaprovisions.com

Working closely with Rodale Institute, Patagonia Provisions created Regenerative Organic Certification to establish a new, high bar for regenerative organic agriculture.
regenorganic.org

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