2023 RFSI Forum

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Regenerative Food Systems Investment Forum
September 26-27, 2023
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Regenerative Food Systems Investment Forum
September 26-27, 2023

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Save the Date! Our 2024 RFSI Forum will be held on October 9-10 in Denver, Colorado!

The 2023 RFSI Forum took place on Sept. 26-27 in Denver, Colorado. As the marquee event for investing in Regenerative Food and Agriculture, the Forum catalyzes conversation, advances education, and drives increased investment in regenerative agriculture and food. This is the place to connect with 450+ attendees, learn from 45+ speakers and make connections during 9+ hours of networking!


The Regenerative Food Systems Investment (RFSI) Forum is the ONLY event that exclusively brings together investors, capital activators, and critical stakeholders working to build resilient food systems. Listen and learn from the leaders in investing and regeneration. Meet existing and new connections to advance your goals in this space.

View last year’s agenda, speakers and participating attendee companies here.


This is THE gathering for learning how and where to invest capital into agriculture and food for financial and impact returns. Whether you have been engaged in the regenerative space for decades or just a little curious, this event offers unparalleled insight and networking opportunities.

Who should attend?

  • Investors, fund managers, foundations
  • Financial advisors and other investment services
  • Entrepreneurs and producers
  • Food companies, agricultural and food service providers
  • Advocates for healthy food systems

Farmer Scholarships

Scholarships have closed: The winners of the Farmer Scholarships were announced August 1, 2023. Farmers and ranchers are an essential part of the regenerative food system and to the ecosystem of capital and solution-builders at the RFSI Forum. To better enable farmers to join the conversation, this year we are offering a limited number of Farmer Scholarships to cover registration fees.

We would like to say a very special thank you to the following companies for their generous financial contributions to the farmer scholarships: The Nest, Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT, PBC, Soil Carbon Initiative, Biome Capital, and #NoRegrets.

You can donate to Farmer Scholarships when registering here.



Day One
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Day 1: Tuesday, September 26
9:00 a.m. MT
9:15 a.m. MT
The State of Investment in Regenerative Agriculture & Food
Sarah Day Levesque, Regenerative Food Systems Investment (RFSI)
9:35 a.m. MT
Soil Health is Wealth
Calla Rose Ostrander, Terra Regenerative Capital

Investments in soil health and the systems around those who steward soil health can transform food systems and have positive reverberations far beyond. Here we start to connect these dots and frame the conversation for the next two days.
9:45 a.m. MT
Panel: Building A Successful On-Farm Transition
Derek Axten, Axten Farms; Cate Havstad-Casad, Casad Family Farms; James Johnson, Carzalia Valley Produce
Moderated by: John Kempf, Advancing Eco-Agriculture

While it is understood that there are financial and agronomic risks associated with the on-farm transition to regenerative, there is also tremendous potential to maintain crop yields and generate near-term positive financial outcomes. This panel of diverse farmers will explore the idea of the regenerative J-Curve and whether it is inevitable; how to achieve favorable outcomes and where can capital play a role; and what funders should understand about farmers’ agronomic, market, economic, and other barriers to adoption or expansion?
COFFEE BREAK | 10:30 a.m. MT
11:10 a.m. MT
Panel: Real Asset Investment to Catalyze On-Farm Regeneration
Darren Baccus, Biome Capital Partners; Dominick Grant, Dirt Capital; Brett Hundley, Agroforestry Partners; Wood Turner, Agriculture Capital
Renee Cheung, Bonterra Partners

As a real asset investment, farmland has long been valued for providing diversification benefits, inflation protection, and historically strong returns but now it’s also increasingly seen as a solution to transitioning land at scale from extractive to regenerative, while generating value for farmers and investors. This panel will explore the diverse strategies that are coming online to create natural capital solutions with farmland investment.
11:55 a.m. MT
Kitchen Table Conversations: Realities of a Farmland Deal
Cindy Tolle, Evergreen Ranching & Livestock & Chris Zuehlsdorff, Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT

Here we take the kitchen table conversation between farmer and funder to the stage. This case study dives into how one funder curates financing solutions specific to the farmer and the operation and how that capital is activated to build systems that support farmers and ranchers across an entire region.
12:20 p.m. MT
Collaborative Innovation Across Public and Private Capital
Zach Ducheneaux, USDA FSA; Kat Taylor, TomKat Foundation and TomKat Ranch; Mark Watson, Potlikker Capital
LUNCH | 1:05 p.m. MT
2:10 p.m. MT
Soil Carbon & Ecosystem Services Market Update
Kevin Silverman, Kateri Environmental Corp.

In the past 18 months, carbon markets have undergone a significant shift from a focus on offsets to insets. This session will explore this development and others in soil carbon markets, as well as look at the opportunity and status of other markets for ecosystem services, such as biodiversity and water.
2:30 p.m. MT
Case Study: Lessons from Australia
Bert Glover, Impact Ag Partners & Paul McMahon, SLM Partners

Australian regulated nature-based carbon markets are more advanced than anywhere else, allowing investors to build strategies around regenerative agriculture + carbon income. Two experienced asset managers – Paul McMahon of SLM Partners and Bert Glover of Impact Ag Partners, share what they have learned and their exciting new joint venture strategy in Australia.
3:00 p.m. MT
Round Table Discussions
Smaller Group discussions on the most pressing topics facing regenerative food systems investment.

Session 1: Innovative Finance Models to Scale Regen Investments
David LeZaks, Food System 6; Tom McDougall, 4P Foods; Esther Park, Cienega Capital
Moderated by: Jen Astone, Integrated Capital Investing

Innovation in the way we finance regeneration is all around us. Hear from three system stakeholders who are each addressing a unique challenge in the system by breaking from convention.

Session 2: Re-Thinking Risk: How Can Farmer and Market Development Programs Mitigate Investment Risk in Regen Ag?
Jessamine Fitzpatrick, Alder Point Capital; Alex Heilman, Mad Markets; Adam Kotin, Green America
Moderated by: Julie Snorek, Dartmouth

Session 3: Building Corporate Programs for Profitable On-farm Transition
Ethan Steinberg, Propagate

This interactive workshop will focus on leveraging agroforestry solutions to achieve positive economic and environmental outcomes.

Session 4.: Women Leading the Transformation of Food & Finance Discussion
Robyn O’Brien, Sirona Ventures
4:40 p.m. MT
Investing in Innovation to Enable Regeneration from Farm to Consumer
Pete Oberle, Trailhead Capital; Chris Ramsay, Pelican Ag; McKenzie Smith, Tin Shed Ventures
Moderated by: Tim Nuss, Nuss Farms

Take a deeper look at the role of venture capital in the regenerative transformation with our panel of fund managers who will share their strategies and explore what innovation they’d like to see in venture to make it better fit regeneration and how we can pull a larger portion of climate venture to food and ag.
5:25 p.m. MT
Regenerative Food Systems Pitch Session
Hosted by: Anthony Corsaro, Regen Brands Podcast / Outlaw Ventures

Hear from 4 very diverse operations working to activate capital to transform the agriculture and food system.
5:55 p.m. MT
Closing of Day 1
EVENING RECEPTION | 6:00-7:30 p.m. MT
Day One
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Day 2: Wednesday, September 27
9:00 a.m. MT
9:05 a.m. MT
How Policy is Shaping Finance and Investment in Regeneration
Aria McLauchlin, Land Core

A look at how policy and public funding has shaped the space in the past 18 months and a look ahead at what might be coming.
9:25 a.m. MT
Who’s Going to Fund the Middle?
Sara Balawajder, Builders Vision; Charley Cummings, Walden Mutual; Keith Nantz, Nexus Beef; Phil Taylor, Mad Ag
Moderated by: Tim Crosby, Thread Fund and TIFS

The mid-supply chain is the essential plumbing of the food system, but it turns out plumbing isn’t always the most attractive investment. Why is it so hard to fund the middle and how do we make it better understood and investable?
10:10 a.m. MT
Case Study: Investing in Projects that Build Systemic Regeneration
Reginaldo Haslett-Marroquin, Tree Range; Calla-Rose Ostrander, Terra Regenerative Capital
Moderated by: Jennifer O’Conner, Funders of Regenerative Agriculture (FORA)

To build truly regenerative systems, we need to re-imagine how we farm, how we scale, how we think… and how we fund new systems. This case study will address what truly regenerative systems can look like; how funders are starting to look at and allocate capital to systems building;
and whether there is an ideal type of capital relationship for regenerative funders and founders.
COFFEE BREAK | 10:30 a.m. MT
11:10 a.m. MT
How Modern Capital is Scaling and Monetizing Premium Regenerative Production
Zach Jones, Impact Ag Partners
11:30 a.m. MT
Case Study: Nutrient Density Data as the Key Link Between Environmental & Human Health
Eric Smith, Edacious

There are companies and organizations at work to uncover the connections between production practices and crop nutrient density. This case study will address how nutrient data and network science will unlock relationships between regenerative practices and nutritional outcomes; how producers can nutrition data be used to verify impact and tell their story, and role of nutrition data in comparing the “productivity” in regenerative vs. conventional livestock systems.
11:45 a.m. MT
Panel: Building Consumer Markets for Regenerative Products
Dan Epley, Whole Foods; Sherry Frey, NielsonIQ; Alec Jaffe, Alec’s Ice Cream
Moderated by: Anthony Corsaro, Regen Brands Podcast / Outlaw Ventures

Despite the emergence of regenerative brands, investment in regen CPG lags behind agtech and farmland. Why is this? What are the strategies to fundraise and deploy capital here and what are the right structures and terms to avoid being extractive?
12:30 p.m. MT
How Large-Scale CPG Can Help Pave Pathways to Regenerative
LUNCH | 12:55 p.m. MT
2:00 p.m. MT
Case Study: Embarking on a Path to Regenerative at an Institutional Scale
Brandon Lewis, Manulife Investment Management

Global wealth and asset manager, Manulife, invests in farmland real assets at an institutional scale. In this case study, they will share the role sustainability has traditionally played in their portfolio, the surprising key results from a survey of their growers about the use of regenerative practices, and how this is influencing how the manager moves forward toward sustainable and regenerative farmland management.
2:20 p.m. MT
Bringing Capital at Scale to Regenerative
Douglas Eger, Intrinsic Exchange Network; Stephen Hohenrieder, Grounded Capital
Moderated by: Adrian Rodrigues, Provenance Capital

While capital allocation to regenerative agriculture and food has increased over the past 5-10 years, check sizes still remain relatively small and institutional scale capital has not committed to the space on a consistent basis. This discussion will address why this barrier exists, what needs to change, and what are some of the innovative things happening to work towards it.
3:00 p.m. MT
Including Justice, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion in the Regenerative Portfolio
Teju Adisa-Farrar, Fiber Fund
3:15 p.m. MT
Round Table Discussions
Smaller Group discussions on the most pressing issues facing regenerative food systems investment.

Session 1. Moving Toward Food As Medicine and How to Invest in It
Tina Owens, Nutrient Density Alliance

Session 2. Re-imagining How Capital Can Support Communities Who’ve Been Systemically Left Behind?
Skya Ducheneaux, Akiptan & Lolita Nunn, Potlikker Capital
Moderated by: Sarah Kelley, Fiber Fund

Session 3. Alternative and Collaborative Business Cases for Regenerative Food System Transition
David Cooper, Regenerative Harvest Fund & Joni Kindwall-Moore, Snacktivist

Session 4. Shock Scenario: An Interactive Workshop to Find Actions We Can Take Today to Drive Transformation
Micki Seibel, Farmhand Ventures & Renee Vassilos, The Nature Conservancy
4:10 p.m. MT
Activating Capital for Systemic Outcomes
4:25 p.m. MT
Closing Remarks
CLOSING DRINKS | 4:30-6:00 p.m. MT
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New! RFSI Bootcamp – September 25th

Are you just starting… or contemplating… your fundraising journey? The RFSI Bootcamp, a new pre-course to the RFSI Forum, is geared toward farmers, ranchers, producers, brands and early stage start-ups that would like to better understand the regenerative food systems investment landscape and how best to engage in it. Limited space available, so be sure to register early! You do not have to register for the RFSI Forum to attend the RFSI Bootcamp.

Day One
1:00 p.m. MT
Regenerative Food Systems Investment & Soil and Climate Alliance
1:10 p.m. MT
Introduction to the Regenerative Capital Ecosystem
Sarah Day Levesque, RFSI

– Introduction to different types of capital
– Who they serve and how
– How capital can work together
1:25 p.m. MT
Overview of Public Funding Sources
Good Agriculture

A short review of public sector (primarily federal level) funding programs designed to serve farmers, ranchers and others in the food and agriculture space, as well as a profile of the different programs designed to support particularly organic, conservation and regenerative farmers. Plus, where you can go to learn more.
1:35 p.m. MT
How Debt & Equity Serve Farmers and Other Fundraisers
Dominick Grant, Dirt Capital

– Why is debt the most predominate capital for farmers and ranchers
– What type of debt is available and why alternatives to traditional bank debt is necessary in the regenerative ecosystem
– The role of equity and real asset investment in farmland and when it makes sense for fundraisers to pursue
2:10 p.m. MT
Funding Vehicles
We showcase of two different types of debt and equity funding vehicles.
Agroforestry Partners – Brett Hundley
Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT – Drew Blankenbaker
2:25 p.m. MT
The Role of Philanthropic and Venture Capital in Early Stage
Sarah Day Levesque, RFSI; Anthony Corsaro, Outlaw Ventures; Hallie Fox, The Nest Family Office

– The role of philanthropy in de-risking early stage and under-represented communities
– Venture capital: What it is and isn’t for farmers and other fundraisers
– How venture impact may work to serve farmers
– How venture impact works with philanthropy
Optional Activity: Identify What Types of Capital Are Best for Your Operation
COFFEE BREAK | 2:55 p.m. MT
3:10 p.m. MT
Demystifying the Capital Conversation
Drew Blankenbaker, Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT; Hallie Fox, The Nest Family Office; Dominick Grant, Dirt Capital
Moderated by: Sarah Day Levesque, RFSI

– How to evaluate if you are investment ready?
– What different types of funders will ask of you and be looking for
– What resources are available to support your efforts in getting ready?
3:35 p.m. MT
Lessons From The Fundraising Journey
Cate Havstad-Casad, Casad Family Farms; Ethan Steinberg, Propagate; Cindy Tolle, Evergreen Ranching
Moderated by: Anthony Corsaro, Outlaw Ventures

– What do other farmers and fundraisers wish they knew before they started their capital journey?
– How can you navigate the additional complexity of raising outside capital?
4:10 p.m. MT
Funders Q&A: Insights to Help Curate Your Fundraising Approach

Our panel of investor funders will hold an open Q&A to address your questions as you consider the next steps in your capital journey.
4:45 p.m. MT
Follow-on Resources & Close of Program

Regen Food Systems & Farm Tour – September 28

The Regen Food Systems & Farm Tour is an optional add-on experience taking place 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. on September 28, the day after the RFSI Forum ends. Tour attendees will enjoy visiting and learn more about these amazing regenerative farms and organizations:

DAR | Drylands Agroecology Research
The land was deeply degraded and bare of vegetation. Little if any topsoil was present, and biodiversity was minimal. A typical example of desertification in the brittle climate of the southwest, D.A.R saw this as a perfect opportunity to demonstrate the power of regenerative design.

Esoterra Culinary
Cultivating a relationship with the soil, harvesting the land, and celebrating beautiful produce. Farmer/Owner Mark DeRespinis returned to the front range to start Esoterra Culinary Garden after developing a farm at the world renowned Ojo Caliente Mineral Springs resort in northern New Mexico. 

Grama Grass & Livestock
Grama Grass and Livestock is a regenerative meat company that works with animals, primarily cattle, to build resilient grassland ecosystems. Through creative partnerships with landowners, Grama Grass manages over 500 acres of land in Boulder County, while not owning a single acre. The land partnerships create a unique model where holistic land management gets rewarded in a rural to urban interface.

Farm to Table Lunch

Tour attendees will also enjoy a unique on-farm networking experience, complete with a farm-to-table lunch!

There will be an additional tour stop, so stay tuned! Spots are limited for the tour, so register soon to reserve your spot!

Thanks to our tour sponsors: Zero Foodprint & Wolfe’s Neck Center/OpenTEAM!
We’re excited to have these teams on hand to help lead the tour and share more about the opportunities to build robust beneficial relationships between farmers, restaurants, and other food system stakeholders.

Can’t make it to the tour?
Our friends at Advancing Eco Agriculture are holding the grand opening of their state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Aurora, Colorado from 9-11 a.m. on Sept. 28. Register to join them here.



The 2023 RFSI Forum will be held at the Denver Performing Arts Complex in the Seawell Ballroom! Seawell Ballroom is conveniently located in downtown Denver, within walking distance to many hotels, restaurants and entertainment options. The ballroom offers stunning panoramic views of the city and mountains and plenty of space for our growing community!

The Seawell Ballroom is located in the Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex, at the northwest corner of the Denver Performing Arts Complex. Look for the marquee by the box office to enter and make your way to the second floor.

1350 Arapahoe St, Denver, CO 80204



FULL! The RFSI Forum room block at the Kimpton: Hotel Monaco Denver, 1717 Champa Street, Denver, CO is full.

Kimpton Hotel Monaco Denver
Denver Monaco Exterior

Thank You to Our Sponsors


Impact Ag Partners

Impact Ag Partners is an agricultural real asset management company who identifies value opportunities in real asset markets and delivers annual cash yields from the operations. We partner with investors through separate managed accounts to make direct investments in agricultural assets.

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Transformational Investing in Food Systems

TIFS, Transformational Investing in Food Systems, is an impact network dedicated to increasing investments in regenerative and agroecological food systems. We support investments that are economically viable and deliver transformative impact.

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Propagate & Agroforestry Partners

Propagate is a software, development and financing ecosystem that makes it easy for farms to adopt agroforestry. Our platform provides agronomic insights, technical assistance, and financing to reduce risk while integrating fruit, nut and timber trees with animal or crop farming systems. Agroforestry Partners provides a turnkey financing solution to enable agroforestry conversion for farmers and landowners and provides an uncorrelated, return focused ESG opportunity for investors.

Further information


Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT, PBC

We work with mission-driven investors to provide organic and regenerative farmers with land security and working capital through long-term leases, mortgages, and lines of credit. Our REIT is incorporated as a Public Benefit Corporation & B Corp

Further information


Manulife Investment Management

As the world’s largest natural capital investment manager, we have nearly 40 years of experience creating value through the sustainable management of natural resources. We manage a diversified portfolio of forests and farms across the United States, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Chile, and New Zealand totaling $15.6B in AUM.

Further information


Trailhead Capital

Trailhead Capital is a mission-driven investment firm seeking to create outstanding financial, societal, and ecological returns by backing entrepreneurs who are building the regenerative future of food and agriculture.

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The Nest

The Nest is a Belgian family office investing in more resilient food systems. We envision them operating within the planetary boundaries of the Earth. We imagine a mostly circular system, based on respect for all living beings and the farmers and agricultural workers at its core. We see a world in which the true price of food is understood and accounts for the costs borne by society and the planet. In this system indigenous wisdom and technology are intertwined to produce food regeneratively that can serve as medicine and provide enough nourishment for all. And while the dominant system is difficult to overturn, we strongly believe that by creating choices where once there were none, nature based solutions will in the end prevail.

Further information


Agri Carbon Investments

SLM Partners and Impact Ag Partners are launching a new fund to invest in regenerative agriculture and carbon in Australia. The Fund will implement regenerative agriculture practices to produce grains, beef, lamb, wool and timber. It will also establish carbon projects on all properties and generate large volumes of Australian Carbon Credit Units.


Biome Capital Partners

Biome Capital Partners is a builder of profitable, regenerative agriculture ecosystems. To create value, they invest in land, in growers, and in the cracks in the road from soil to plate.

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#NoRegrets Initiative

The #NoRegrets Initiative is an integrated relationship-centered approach to land and asset management that uses a variety of capital – ecological, financial and social – to grow healthy soil and healthy communities while affecting change in our agricultural food system. Many of the soil solutions developed by ancestral knowledge holders, ranchers, farmers and practitioners are on the cutting edge of what’s possible. The #NoRegrets team looks for those forward-thinking innovations and invests in these places overlooked by the mainstream so they can thrive.

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Mad Capital

Mad Capital is financing the regenerative revolution. With all of our farmers, we work tirelessly to help them transition to 100% organic years sooner and create a legacy of stewardship.

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Kat Taylor

Kat Taylor works in service of restoring social justice and environmental well-being to build a more equitable and inclusive world. Currently, she serves as Co-Founder and Board Chair of Beneficial State Bank, a Community Development Financial Institution and certified B Corporation. Kat is a Founding Director of TomKat Ranch Educational Foundation, dedicated to inspiring a regenerative food system through ranching best practices, training, educational tours, scientific research, and school food and garden programs.

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Pelican Ag

Pelican Ag is the UK’s first venture fund powering regenerative agriculture and sustainable food systems.

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Grounded Capital

Grounded Capital was created to pursue ideas and solve problems through direct investments of private, long-term financial capital on behalf of aligned investors. We believe in a systems-based and holistic approach to responsibly grow capital and achieve Impact across our Five Areas of Focus: Places, Energy, People, Food and Nature.

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Edacious differentiates food based on its nutritional composition, helping move the food system from quantity to quality.

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Advancing Eco Agriculture

Since 2006, Advancing Eco Agriculture has created lasting change on over four million acres, working directly with farmers to offer consultations, custom crop programs, and nutritional and biological products that aid in producing healthier soils and higher yields.

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Soil Carbon Initiative

Soil Carbon Initiative (SCI) accelerates soil health at scale through our ecosystem of farm planning, monitoring, and financing services. Our science-based, third-party verification helps brands, farmers, and processors validate to consumers, retailers, and investors that they are providing regenerative outcomes.

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OpenTEAM & Zero Foodprint

OpenTEAM, led by Wolfe’s Neck Center for Agriculture & the Environment, equips food systems leaders with collaborative frameworks and connected technologies for climate resilience. Zero Foodprint is a 501c.3 leading collaborations with state & local governments to scale regenerative agriculture. We enable companies to directly regenify their supply chains and retail businesses to offer local climate action with every purchase–often at no cost.

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Terra Regenerative Capital

Terra Regenerative Capital is a new ESG investment vehicle that funds businesses which catalyze the adoption of regenerative agriculture. We invest in the “missing middle” of the domestic agricultural supply chain, linking producers with growing market demand for organic and regenerative products. Specifically we invest in distributors, aggregators, processors, and other technologies that are dedicated to regeneratively grown food, fiber, flora, and organic soil amendments.

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Merge Impact

The most comprehensive, primary farm data company – producer impact+monetization, marketplace discovery+sourcing, Scope 3 ecosystem MMRV.

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Fractal is a US-based farmland investment company that provides farmers with equity capital by investing alongside them in their farmland. Fractal drives returns by using their leading technology platform to best value land pricing amongst critical economic and impact drivers such as climate change and regenerative agriculture in order to align incentives among investors.

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Food and Beverage Donors

Simple Mills
White Leaf Provisions
Alexandre Family Farm
Sol Simple
Sol Simple
Simple Mills
Hickory Nut Gap
99 Counties
99 Counties
Sol Simple

Join this growing list of companies who have committed to attend

Current Data
1000 Springs Mill
4P Foods
Acres U.S.A.
Ag Strategies Farm Management
Alaska Pacific University
Alder Point
Alec's Ice Cream
Alumbra Innovations Foundation
American Farmland Trust
Anytime Foods
Applied Ecological Institute
Argosy Foundaiton
Arrowhead Resource Management
ASA Alianza Para la Seguridad Alimentaria BCS
Bard College
Biodynamic Demeter Alliance
Bionutrient Food Association
BioSolutions Initiatives
Black Farmer Fund
Blue Quest & RegenCircle
Bonterra Partners
Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP
Builders Vision
California FarmLink
Canopy Farm Management
Carbon Yield
Carnation Farms
Casad Family Farms
Chakra Chai Inc
Cienega Capital
Clausen Legacy Farms
Clean Water Here
Clear Frontier Ag. Management
Clif Bar & Company
Climate Collaborative
Colorado Department of Agriculture
Compeer Financial
Continuum Legacy Partners
Corridgeree Belize Ltd
Creative Alignments
Croatan Institute
Dairy Management, Inc
Dartmouth College
Deep Soil
Delta Conservation
Delta Institute
Diagram Ventures
Dirt Capital Partners
Drinkers of the Wind
Duke World Food Policy Center
Earth Economics
Earthworm Foundation
Elemental Excelerator
EVEA Farm Management
Evergreen Ranching and Livestock LLC
Farm Fuel Inc
Farmer Focus
Farmhand Ventures
Federated Hermes Limited
Fibers Fund
Field Yield
Food Finance Institute
Forum for the Future
Fractal Ag
Funders for Regenerative Agriculture
Galway Sustainable Capital
Gold Leaf Farming
Good Agriculture
Good Oak
Grassroots Carbon
Greatwonder Farms
Green America
Greenham USA
Grows Together Consulting
Harborview Farms
Harvest Returns
Hawaii Good Food Alliance
Heifer International
Hilltribe Organics Limited
Hudson Varick Resources
International Community Foundation
Iron Rose Ranch
Irwin Siegel Agency
Jessen Wheat Company
KEEN Growth Capital
Kuvu Bio Solutions Inc.
Lacebark Investments
LadyBug EarthCare
Leeds School of Business
Lightning S Livestock Solutions
Long Future Capital
Luxor Agro
Macdoch Group
Macdoch Ventures
McDonald Pelz
Merge Impact
Microbial Earth Farms
Miel Creative
Miller/Howard Investments
Mission Driven Finance
MRV Collective
Natural Sourcing International
Nexus Beef
Non-GMO Project
Occidental Investments
Outlaw Ventures
P Bar Ranch
Pantheon Regeneration
Pfaltzgraff Farms, LLC
Potlikker Capital
Prime Coalition, Early Climate Infrastructure
Provenance Capital Group
Pt Ranch
Public Good Provisions
Quick Organics Inc
Range Revolution
Regenerative Agriculture Alliance
Regenerative Agriculture Network Tasmania
Renewing the Countryside
RGD Partners
Rhizomatic Capital
Rockefeller Foundation
Rossetti Foundation
RuralWorks Partners
SAFSF Initiative on Sustainable Fibers
Savanna Institute
Savory Institute
Sill Properties
Sirona Ventures
Sitari Capital
Spiritus Partners
Spokane Conservation District
SRI Planning and Investments
Stromback Land Regeneration
Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems Funders
Sustainable Food Trust
Taproots Farm
The 11th Hour Project
The Alliance for Collective Action
The Climate Pledge
The Land Institute
The Martha and Hunter Grubb Foundation
The Modern Acre
The Monarch Foundation
The Nature Conservancy
The Norinchukin Bank
The Rural Urban Connection
The Savory Institute
The Schmidt Family Foundation
Think Regeneration
Thread Fund
Tin Shed Ventures
Tir Bluen Farm
Tree-Range Farms
Trees For Graziers
UC Berkeley Haas
UMN Forever Green Initiative
University of Colorado Boulder
University of Maryland
University of Missouri Center for Agroforestry
Upland Collaborative
USDA Farm Service Agency
ValueAligned Capital
Veranda Venture Partners
Viva Farms
Walden Mutual Bank
Walnut Level Capital
Walton Enterprises
Whole Foods Market
World Tree Technologies
Yale School of the Environment

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Sponsors of the RFSI Forum are the organizations leading the transition to a more regenerative food system. Sponsorship packages offer value and flexibility for diverse types of businesses, including:

  • Increased visibility and thought-leadership among a unique investor and activator community
  • Opportunity to showcase your expertise and services
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