"The dinner had it all. A beautiful outdoor setting, festive music, and delicious food all paid homage to Cameroon's beautiful customs and traditions. Speakers from various backgrounds made an appearance. Would you believe us if we said the Cameroon ambassador to the US even stopped by? (He did!)"
Foodshed Capital exists to build more equitable, regenerative foodsheds. They prioritize borrowers who may have difficulty accessing capital through traditional lenders, particularly low-income, BIPOC, female, immigrant, LGBTQ, or indigenous individuals. They equally prioritize borrowers who use regenerative practices, foster soil health and biodiversity, and produce nutrient-dense, culturally appropriate food for their foodsheds.