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Timberland, forest
The firm is working on two strategies – one for institutional investors that will target farmland and timberland assets, and one that will focus on corporates and their carbon offset needs.
Soil health services lead Nick Reinke says offering $2 per acre to producers implementing climate-smart practices for the first time is aimed at reducing risks of market entry for producers.
Apple orchard
The firm took more than NZ$150m in commitments in 2021 across its permanent crop, forestry, dairy and farming vehicles.
The recent rally in farmland values has prompted longtime participants and observers to consider important ways the markets have changed and are likely to continue evolving.
Blockchain, agtech
The investment in Geora takes Tenacious Ventures Fund I to 60% deployment, although the firm has made no decisions on a successor fund yet.
Blueberry, permanent crops
Founder Shonda Warner described a focus on hazelnuts, blueberries and hemp and said Oregon’s Willamette Valley will become ‘the new Sonoma Valley.’
Cows grazing, farm
The country's agriculture ministry said CAP-style direct payments will fall to less than half of current levels by 2024-25, but conceded its successor system is built on ‘blind optimism’.
Westchester Group founder Murray Wise describes a ‘deal made in heaven’, which FPI hopes will make it a more attractive partner to a wider array of farmland investors and operators.
Farm, cotswold, England
Bare agricultural land prices in England and Wales rose from £6,912 per acre in Q4 2020 to £7,580 in Q4 2021 – the highest average price since 2016.
The global natural capital sector had a solid 2021. As a new year gets underway, what themes and investment trends can we expect to drive the industry forward?
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