WE'RE CHANGING THE FACE OF FARM FINANCE.
Are you a regenerative farmer or food entrepreneur striving to grow your business? FoodCap can help.
We offer low-cost capital that meets you where you are and ongoing support to help you as you grow.
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WHAT'S A FOODSHED?
WHERE FOOD COMES FROM, WHERE IT ENDS UP, AND HOW IT GETS THERE.
Similar to a watershed, a foodshed is the many-layered landscape that exists to produce the food you eat: the farms where food is grown; the processing, storage, and distribution facilities that get it where it needs to go; and the farmers markets, grocery stores, and restaurants where you purchase or consume it.
Truly resilient foodsheds must include regenerative, small-scale farms, and farmers that are as diverse as the societies they feed. With access to the right resources, small farms can integrate the efficiency and innovation so lauded by the industrial food sector—without destroying the planet in the process.
THOMAS ADAMS FARM
TOTAL LOANS MADE,
TOTAL CAPITAL DEPLOYED
OF LOANS MADE TO FEMALE- OR BIPOC-OWNED OPERATIONS
WHO WE SERVE
We exist to create financial opportunity for regenerative farmers and food entrepreneurs who have historically faced barriers to traditional capital. Whether this is through racial or gender discrimination, lack of collateral, or lack of business skills, we work with borrowers of all stripes to build genuine equity into regional foodsheds.
SCALING OUR IMPACT THROUGH MISSION-DRIVEN PARTNERSHIP
We partner with food systems advocates throughout the country to support a more diverse array of regenerative farmers in more places. Whether it's through on-the-ground due diligence, bridge funding, or innovative financing, we're teaming up to expand our impact.
HOW WE WORK
Our work is made possible by combining philanthropic support, impact investment, and partnership with a growing web of food system advocates. We partner with individuals, foundations, financial institutions, businesses, non-profits, and government agencies who share our interest in supporting the financial needs of regional foodsheds.
Our heartfelt thanks go to these and many others: