Our Offerings

Your Investment Helps To:

Provide long-term land access for family farmers
Convert conventional farmland to USDA Certified Organic
Build healthy soils
Restore biodiverse ecosystems
Support clean air and water
Combat climate change
Improve public health
Allow for generational planning by the farmer
Prioritize the long-term financial health of the farm

REIT Equity Shares


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  • Ownership position in growing portfolio of organic farmland
  • Projected “growth and income” return: appreciation of farmland plus annual cash dividend
  • Great “real asset” diversification for balanced investment portfolio
  • Shared risk with independent organic farmers
  • Redemption rights accrue after 5 years
  • Accessible minimum investment of $10,183
  • Available to non-accredited investors

Soil Restoration Notes


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  • Lend money to the Company; receive cash interest payments with principal supported by organic farmland assets
  • 5 year term, 2.5% annual return paid in semi-annual coupons
  • Additional 0.5% annual return paid into cash pool supporting farmers making 3-year organic transition
  • Direct financial support for farmers during most difficult financial period of organic farming
  • Accessible minimum investment of $25,000
  • Accredited investors only *

* * Currently our offerings are only open to accredited investors. We will soon 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.

Events

Calling all transitioning & organic farmers: Share your experience in two surveys

The Organic Farming Research Foundation (OFRF) and Organic Seed Alliance (OSA) are collaborating with the Social and Economic Sciences Research Center (SESRC) to identify the research priorities of certified organic producers, as well as producers transitioning land to certified organic production.

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Our Public Benefit Report

Iroquois Valley is proud to release its first public benefit report. We incorporated our company as a public benefit corporation in 2016 to build into our structure our intent to create public benefit. We intend to create public benefit by enabling healthy food production, restoring soil, and improving water quality through the establishment of secure […]

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What We're Reading

Flour Shortage? Amber Waves of Regional Grains to the Rescue

The impact of the coronavirus pandemic has been highly visible in the food system. Amy Halloran writes on the grain economy in her latest for Civil Eats, highlighting the role of small and regional mills in supplying flour during this crisis.

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