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Colorado Regenerative Agriculture Fund 10,133.30 Ven

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The Colorado Regenerative Agriculture Fund provides a pool of capital for regenerative agriculture projects in Colorado, USA with the opportunity for possible dividend returns to group members. Regenerative Agriculture is an emerging field of agriculture focused on the planting, growth and harvest of alternative nitrogen-fixing crops. It is a sub-sector practice of organic farming designed to build soil health or to regenerate unhealthy soils and includes high carbon sequestration crops which can assist in CO2 reduction.

 

Recently relaxed laws in Colorado have opened new markets for industrial hemp production. The nitrogen-fixing roots of industrial hemp are an ideal crop for soil regeneration, and offer a wide set of end uses. Products include hemp seed for consumer food products including oil, hearts, flour, meal, CBD oil for medicinal products, hemp meal for fish feed, dairy animals & chickens. Hurd (stalk) for building materials, wallboard, tile, counter tops. Bast Fiber for cloths, canvas, insulation, textiles. Hemp pulp for paper product. Cellulose for plastics & organic chemicals, Lignin for making carbon fibers, and sugars for organic polymers. 

 

The US industrial hemp market reached sales of US$500 Million in 2015, and is projected to grow to $1.5 Billion by 2020. This fund seeks to invest into regenerative agriculture projects, degraded farmland for use and soil restoration, and the development of byproducts and materials from crop yields.

 

A key aspect of good regenerative agriculture is the selection and placement of high carbon sequestering crops that reduce CO2 in greater amounts than conventional mono crops like corn or cotton. Projects focused on agriforestry and high sequestration permanent agriculture define the focus.  

 

External and internal controls are in place to provide investor confidence about the suitability of the underlying assets in which this fund is soley invested.

 
External Controls at Fund level.
Custodian Bank responsible for the safekeeping of Cash and Fund Assets including subscription and redemption monies.
Annual Internal Audit to measure investment controls.
Limited exposure to single property, production or retailing sources.

 

THIS MODULE IS OFFERING INFORMATION ABOUT THE CRA (COLORADO REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE) PRODUCT FOR INFORMATION PURPOSES ONLY. PURCHASE OF THE MODULE GRANTS MEMBERSHIP ACCESS TO THE CRA GROUP, BY WHICH ANY FUTURE DIVIDENDS INTEREST OR PRINCIPAL REPAYMENT ARE DISTRIBUTED IN VEN. THIS MODULE IS NOT AN ADVERTISEMENT AND THE INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN DOES NOT CONSTITUTE INVESTMENT ADVICE, AN OFFER TO SELL, OR THE SOLICITATION OF ANY OFFER, TO BUY ANY SECURITIES AND OR DERIVATIVES AND MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED, DISTRIBUTED OR PUBLISHED BY ANY RECIPIENT FOR ANY PURPOSE. IT IS NOT DIRECTED AT OR INTENDED FOR DISTRIBUTION TO OR USE BY ANY PERSON OR ENTITY IN ANY JURISDICTION WHERE SUCH DISTRIBUTION, PUBLICATION OR USE WOULD BE CONTRARY TO APPLICABLE LAW OR REGULATION. THE INFORMATION PROVIDED SHOULD BE READ IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE FUND PROSPECTUS WHICH CAN BE OBTAINED FROM HUB CULTURE.  YOUR ARE STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO CONSULT WITH YOUR PROFESSIONAL ADVISER REGARDING THE SUITABILITY OF ANY STAKE PURCHASES DESCRIBED HEREIN. THE VALUE OF YOUR INVESTMENT MAY FALL AS WELL AS RISE AND IS NOT GUARANTEED, ESPECIALLY GIVEN THE VOLATILE NATURE OF INVESTED ASSETS. PAST PERFORMANCE IS NOT AN INDICATOR OF FUTURE PERFORMANCE. CHANGES IN EXCHANGE RATES MAY CAUSE THE VALUE OF INVESTMENTS TO GO DOWN OR UP.