Investing in real assets that establish consistent cash-flow, we look to production quality & scale to enter mature distribution channels. Working in lockstep with thought-leaders in renewables & regenerative agriculture fosters more innovation, revenue & value with lasting implications for contributing stakeholders.
The basis for any sustainable farm plan is to best engage natural resources (soil). Healthy communities of efficient bugs teem with life to process nutrients, and result in select crops & healthy animals.
Providing a consistent & scalable energy source, alternatives now take shape as biomass. As the only carbon neutral energy source, Anaerobic Digestion leads the way when instituting scale. Renewable Energy Innovation is brewing…
Ecology is uniquely concise. With an objective to regionalize agriculture and energy production, looking to the efficiencies of nature influences our regenerative designs & business models alike.
Utilizing best practice & innovation to establish resilience of farm & business, we engage a collaborative of pioneers and thought-leaders within sustainable agriculture & renewables to foster life & potential.
Anaerobic Digestion (AD) - Biomass
Weld County. CO
Jack Clarke has been progressing ecological best practice for the past 25 years. An investment banker focused on natural resource management & alternative energy production, this life-long farmer is uniquely qualified to employ natural forces to attain resources. During his 40 year track-record as a Principal, Jack led Baldwin & Clarke (BCCW) into becoming one of the most active full-service food service investment banks in the US. Jack actively farms organic sheep and grass-fed beef cattle on his conserved NH farmland – the homestead he felled and built with only 18th century tools & craftsmanship, a team of well-loved draft horses, and some significant resolve.
With purpose of resilience and resonance, and on the premise that it takes a sound business plan to even take a seat at the table – Jack demonstrates his mettle as a New England iconoclast by stimulating influencers in capital markets to see opportunity in going local. With the powers of capital markets in tow, regional production is primed for more innovation and a large scale growth spurt. For regional food and energy security & value alike, Jack has an arsenal of insight and best practice that utilize equity to capture habitual cash-flow & return from investments focused on working with nature.
Mirroring a natural order, sustainable agriculture & renewable energy production add efficiencies through innovation. Lowering the costs of waste through best use of technology and disintermediation has yet to influence the core competencies of large scale agriculture, divergent food systems & energy production.
With pervasive technology underpinning a growing niche market – a captivated audience looks to attain infrastructure to kindle rapid regional growth by getting money moving. Demand for better food & energy is at an all time high, and a smart-Supply Chain can gain unique efficiencies when architected around technology designed to attain insight. With the creation of sound businesses valued on how much meat or BTUs brought to market annually – and access to the transparency used in the process – we employ a confluence of communities & thought-leaders to make ecological best-practice work regionally, no matter where you live!
“J.I. Rodale saw that agriculture was heading in a dangerous direction by way of the wide-spread adoption of the use of synthetic chemicals and the industrialization of farming. We no longer have the luxury of prevention. Now we are in the dire situation of needing a cure, a reversal. – The future is underfoot (it’s all about healthy soil).”
We want to measure the impact, measure the return, but fundamentally we must be doing it for the right reasons and not without justification for baking the planet on short-term gains.
“When the Romans wanted to conquer a society” when speaking of synthetic fertilizer programs that utilize water soluble inorganic salts to trick plant growth, “they would salt the agricultural land to destroy fertility and production; with conventional agriculture – we’re doing it electively!”