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Dirt Under Your Fingernails Investing in Regenerative Agriculture Part 1

Regenerative agriculture has caught family office attention -- $4 Billion over 48 Funds.





Don't miss out - Listen to WHY you should consider private investments into your local foodshed, vegetarian or meat-eater in this Summit Roundtable between Naval officer Jim Haberer and Grass Fed Cattle Rancher Rich Bradbury. Part 2 focuses on the how and what to invest in for impact.


Rich Bradbury is no gentleman farmer. He is helping provide a superior grass fed meat product and regenerate the soil by advancing regenerative practices in the drought stricken Great Basin in Oregon. Jim Haberer serves his nation as naval officer stationed in Naples, Italy and he wants to invest for impact from abroad. Despite being almost vegetarian, he believes in the power of planned holistic grazing. But with his career it's hard for him to get out onto the land directly. He’s in full R&D mode now, there’s no stopping him. Stay tuned for part 2 where we go into the technical details of private investment through many different proven vehicles to make money and make a difference. Proudly affiliated with Aspiration Bank & Sustainable Investors Group Thanks again to Rich and Jim to help us unpack this on our Summit Roundtable. Learn how your green can grow more green for your portfolio and the planet! Visit us here for everything you need to know: www.sustainableinvestorsgroup.com Schedule a call where we can discuss your investing needs, outdoor adventure plans, or just to get to know each other. If you enjoyed this podcast, there’s a couple of things we need you to do right now:

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