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For all of our projects, the environment is top of mind in our decision-making. From building design to landscape planning to equipment purchases to farming strategies – considering how our actions affect climate change is the new normal. Despite the outlook for the future, we remain optimistic that our actions and the actions of those around us can have positive outcomes. Continue reading below to hear directly from our team on what is galvanizing them and the challenges and opportunities that we face in our work.
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A Sense of Place
Buildings should use resources efficiently by managing water without waste, strategically using shading and sunlight to reduce energy needs, and finding multiple uses for every individual piece of land. We ultimately want communities to become net producers of energy—to produce all the power they need. And our design practices cycle water back to the aquifer, stream, or watershed where it was harvested - cleaner than when it was borrowed. All of these details come into play when we think about land use and the built environment. It’s not just one focus, but many that come into our decisions around creating a sense of place.
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The Future of Food
We believe that for agriculture to be sustainable, it must build soil productivity to produce a variety of nutrient-rich crops that produce strong ecosystems. Read more about how we think about growing systems and the business of regenerative agriculture below.
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Connect with People, Connect with Communities
At the heart of what we do is built connections - with individuals, communities and places. Our work brings us all over the country to meet with like-minded people who are interested in creating places that work to have greater environmental impact and combat climate change through land-based businesses.
Our team here at Bio-Logical Capital put together a collection of some our top reads this summer as well as a snapshot of a highlight from the past few months.
Kate Cox, Editor at The New Food Economy, is the special guest host of this episode on Heritage Radio Network live at Slow Food Nations in Denver, Colorado. Kate spoke with Grant McCargo, Meriwether Hardie, and Lilly Hancock from our team here at Bio-Logical Capital. They discuss regenerative agriculture and the work that goes into investing in agriculture and improving the systems in place to support growers along every step of the food production pipeline as well as the burden of America’s focus on commodity agriculture.
In our industrial system of food – there are no entrepreneurs. At Bio-Logical Capital, we are working to deconstruct our food system. Hear directly from our Chief of Staff, Meriwether Hardie, in this new video speaking to what our work looks like and how we spend our days. Our model of Stewardship Development generates nutrient rich soil, eliminating costly pesticides and fertilizers, and creates good, healthy food. Keep watching to learn more!