Tag: investing

How to finance a radical transition while having skin in the game

What does it mean to truly partner with a farmer to provide a fair and skin-in-the-game transition finance investment in her or his farm to help the farm speed up their regenerative journey? We go deep into these questions with Mad Agriculture and Perennial Fund’s Phil Taylor and Brandon Welsh.

Tony Lovell, how the $ 100M SLM fund handled the six driest years on record

A check-in interview with Tony Lovell, co-founder and CEO of SLM Partners an asset manager that acquires and manages rural land on behalf of institutional investors, to scale up regenerative, ecological farming and forestry systems.

Regeneration Newsroom Podcast ft. Ethan Soloviev – November 2018

A joint venture between Ethan Soloviev’s Regeneration Newsroom  and the Investing in Regenerative Agriculture podcast where Ethan Soloviev and Koen van Seijen highlight the top articles, books, videos, podcasts and other news on Regenerative Agriculture and Business!

Armin Steuernagel on how to keep a mission driven company independent and raise capital

Armin Steuernagel, entrepreneur in food, co-founder of the Purpose Network and impact investor. The Purpose Network helps companies to stay independent and mission driven for the long term.

Victor Friedberg, 30m available for food moonshots

Victor Friedberg is co-founder of FoodShot Global (www.foodshot.org) a platform catalysing food system innovation. FoodShot is an ecosystem of world-class, mission aligned venture funds, banks, corporate strategic investors, and foundations that provide equity, debt, non-dilutive capital, and industry resources.

Kevin Egolf, how (retail) investors can provide land access to regen farmers

Kevin Egolf is the Chief Financial Officer of Iroquois Valley Farms (iroquoisvalleyfarms.com), a restorative farmland finance company providing land access to organic family farmers, with a focus on the next generation.

Peter Donovan – The wonders of soil and asking better questions when investing in it

Peter Donovan of Soil Carbon Coalition has developed a sampling methodology for taking soil carbon samples. A lesson on soil and all its wonders.

Volkert Engelsman: “Organic isn’t too expensive, chemical is too cheap”

The biggest threat to sustainability is anonymity. Recorded at the office of Eosta a conversation with Volkert Engelsman, CEO of Eosta, international distributor of fresh organic and fair fruits and vegetables.