Webinars

Annual Investor Update – 2021

We are pleased to provide a recording of our 2021 Annual Shareholders Meeting. Company leadership and staff welcome our new CEO, review our current financials, and discuss our long-term vision. A timeline is provided below to navigate to different areas of interest. 

The presentation can be downloaded here

01:57 – CONDUCTING OFFICIAL BUSINESS: Dr. Stephen Rivard, Chairman of the Board & Co-Founder
10:44 – EXTENDING A WARM WELCOME: David Miller, Co-Founder & former CEO
18:44 – INTRODUCING IROQUOIS VALLEY’S NEW CEO: Tera Johnson, current CEO
31:06 – REVIEWING OUR FINANCES: Mark Schindel, Chief Financial & Investment Officer
40:18 – CELEBRATING OUR FARMERS: Wes Jarrell, Prairie Fruits Farm & Creamery
56:37 – LOOKING AHEAD: Tera Johnson, current CEO
1:01:35 – ANSWERING YOUR QUESTIONS: Staff and participants

Iroquois Valley Overview & Conversation with Maggie Kulyk of Chicory Wealth

Alex begins an overview of Iroquois Valley at 10:25, followed by Q&A. 


Triple Bottom Line: Inside the Ecosystem of Mission-Driven Ag Investment – An RFSI Webinar


Annual Investor Update – 2020

A recording of the 2020 Annual Meeting is available below. Company leadership and staff discuss long-term vision, current financials, the state of the portfolio, operating lines of credit, grant projects, the Public Benefit Report and more. A timeline is provided below to navigate to different areas of interest. 

The presentation can be downloaded here

01:04 – INTRODUCTION: Alex Mackay, VP of Investor Relations
01:30 – OFFICIAL BUSINESS – BOARD ELECTION: Dr. Stephen Rivard, Chairman of the Board & Co-Founder
04:59 – WELCOME: Dr. Stephen Rivard, Chairman of the Board & Co-Founder
09:07 – OPENING REMARKS: David Miller, Co-Founder & CEO
11:26 – THEME: Alex Mackay, VP of Investor Relations
13:34 – FINANCIALS: Mark Schindel, Chief Financial & Investment Officer
31:09 – PORTFOLIO: Arnold Lau, Chief Operating Officer
37:03 – LINES OF CREDIT: Fany Bortolin, Senior Vice President, Secured Lending
41:17 – GRANT FUNDING: John Steven Bianucci, Director of Conservation
49:18 – IMPACT & COMMUNICATIONS: Claire Mesesan, Communications Director
58:24 – FUNDRAISING: Alex Mackay, VP of Investor Relations
1:16:12 – LOOKING AHEAD: David Miller, Co-Founder & CEO
1:28:25 – Q&A: Staff and participants


Spring 2020 General Update

Iroquois Valley provides commentary on 2019 financials, new farm financings and ongoing conservation projects including planting 10,000 trees in North Central Illinois.  You can download the slides here.


Annual Investor Update – 2019

Iroquois Valley hosted its Annual Investor Update via webinar on August 23rd to discuss its year in review. The recording of the presentation and Q&A can be found below. The presentation is available for download here.


Direct Public Offering Webinar

Iroquois Valley hosted a webinar in May 2019 discussing its Direct Public Offering. The recording of the presentation and Q&A can be found below. The presentation is available for download here.


Events

Iroquois Valley presented at the 2021 Regenerative Food Systems Investment Forum

October 8, 2021
The 2021 Regenerative Food Systems Investment (RFSI) Forum was held September 28-29 in Oakland, CA, and we were honored to have two of our staff members present at the conference. The RFSI Forum catalyzes conversation, advances education, and drives increased investment in regenerative agriculture and food, and attendees include global stakeholders that are committed to transforming our food system.

News

Iroquois Valley recognized as 2021 Best for the World B Corp

August 18, 2021
Iroquois Valley Farmland REIT, PBC is proud to announce our recognition as a Best for the World B Corp: Governance for 2021. This award honors Iroquois Valley for our exemplary governance and commitment to long-term stakeholder-minded business practices.

What We're Reading

Iroquois Valley joins Will County, IL farm alliance to improve soil health, water quality and local economies

August 20, 2021
We need a regional agricultural food, nutrition and conservation business plan that incentivizes farmers to continue producing economic, environmental and social benefits for another 100 years.  

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