Invest in the Future of Organic Farmland

Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT is one of the first private companies in North America to offer investors direct exposure to a diversified portfolio of certified organic farmland.

Although consumer demand for organic food continues to grow, less than 1% of all American farmland is USDA Certified Organic. Iroquois Valley offers investors the opportunity to expand domestic organic farmland, while supporting independent farmers and creating financial, social and environmental returns.

Our Business Model

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Since 2007, we have deployed over $50 million in funding for organic farmland from Maine to Montana, working with more than 400 investors in 40 states. We raise equity & debt capital through our REIT Equity Shares and Soil Restoration Notes to provide a healthy return for investors and provide long-term security for farmers.

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Investment Opportunities

Since inception, Iroquois Valley has raised capital from a broad-base of investors with a variety of investment accounts, including individuals, partnerships, IRAs, trusts, corporations, foundations, nonprofits and more. We raise a significant amount of new investment capital through relationships with trusted financial advisors. Approximately one-third of all new investments are made by existing investors making repeat investments.

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Individual Investors

Individual investors can directly invest in Iroquois Valley through the purchase of REIT Equity Shares or Soil Restoration Notes (Company-issued debt). Both investments are available through our online investor portal, or by contacting us directly. These investments options are currently open to accredited investors only.

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Financial Advisors

Our relationships with Financial Advisors form the backbone of our fundraising efforts. Visit our partners page to learn more about the companies that have recommended Iroquois Valley to their clients or join our network of advisors.

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Iroquois Valley receives investment support from a variety of mission-driven institutions including family foundations, endowments, non-profits, and faith-based organizations. Learn more about how to invest with us.

* Currently our offerings are only open to accredited investors. However, in late 2018 we will be launching our first Public Offering through SEC Regulation A+. If you are an investor or advisor interested in our public offering with a minimum investment of $10,000, please contact us.

The information contained on this website is not an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any security, insurance product or service. Any product or service discussed in this website is intended for and is only appropriate for accredited and institutional investors and other qualified purchasers as determined by current SEC regulations. The information available on this website is for informational purposes only.


Farm Field Trip

During the last week of May, a handful of Iroquois Valley staff members visited a few of the farms and families that have been a part of our story since the beginning. The field trip was a great opportunity for our newer and more remote staff to have a hands-on orientation and see the transformation happening in the Chicago-area foodshed.

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Restoring the Heartland

Iroquois Valley was featured in the Spring 2019 issue of the Stanford Social Innovation Review – read the piece here. "Restoring the Heartland" looks broadly at trends in agriculture and positions our work providing secure land tenure to transitioning and organic farmers as part of a larger shift toward regenerative economic and agricultural systems.

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What We're Reading

‘A major punch in the gut’: Midwest rains projected to create near-record dead zone in Gulf

It’s been a slow spring in the Midwest, marked by historically wet conditions that have caused floods and delayed planting throughout the region. These effects are being felt throughout the region and beyond: flooding in the Midwest is accelerating the flow of water from the Mississippi River into the Gulf of Mexico.

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