Our mission is to transform how land is valued, developed, and protected.
We do this by working with investors and landowners to design, build, conserve and manage diverse land-based projects in urban and rural environments.
We believe that a long-term commitment to land and communities with an “enrich, hold, and share” model deepens people’s relationship with the land, supports vibrant communities, establishes a culture of stewardship, and significantly increases the value of land and the consistency of earnings and returns. Visit our Projects page to see real life examples of our work.
The Bio-Logical Capital team had the chance to visit one of the country’s fastest growing indoor farming projects earlier this year on a team trip to New York.
For more than 100 years, Larimer Square has been Denver's "main street" by offering a mix of cultivated retail, restaurants, office space and entertainment. Now it is poised to be a local destination for the next 100 years with a focus on being the first district to highlight urban agriculture at this scale and create a diverse and inclusive mix of retail and housing options.
When we hold powerful connections to place, the typical boundary between environment and self begins to blur, resulting in an acute feeling of wholeness, community and vitality. Establishing a primal connection to an outdoor landscape tends to make one feel small, inspired and alive. This raw connection has a name coined by the architectural philosophy Biophilic Design: ‘Spirit of Place’.
Bio-Logical Capital’s approach to agriculture relies heavily on integrated rotational management of animals and crops using principals from agroecology and other "beyond organic" practices. Bees are an often overlooked but essential part of this model. They are the connectors, the pollinators, and the silent workers on our farms.
Together with our partners both old and new, we seek to change the way communities think about regenerative agriculture, renewable energy, water stewardship, sustainable real estate, and agritourism. We hope you have a happy holiday season and we look forward to collaborating next year.
Our farm management goals are long-term diversity, health, and productivity. This approach results in a transformative impact on how people grow food and understand their relationship with the land. In the second part of this blog series, we will discuss how our approach ensures reliable returns and offers multiple benefits to people and the land.
Bio-Logical Capital’s agriculture business is a strong anchor for our projects and generates meaningful profits for our company and the farmers who work the land. We believe that for agriculture to be sustainable, it must be designed to build soil productivity and to produce a variety of nutrient-rich crops that produce strong revenues and sustain communities.
We’ve put together a list of some of our favorite and most recommended books. Several books on the below list are newly published in the last year, while others are slightly older, yet all have had lasting impact on Bio-Logical Capital’s Stewardship Development philosophy.
At Bio-Logical Capital, we believe communities can become net exporters of energy—creating all the power they need and deriving economic benefit by selling off the surplus. Energy can become part of thoughtfully integrated utility system.