Croatan Institute welcomes three BIPOC Leaders Advancing an Inclusive and Sustainable Economy (BLAISE) interns to the team: Joseph Bermudez, Makayla Martinez, and Emilie Ivy.
Eva Mazura is an analyst at Croatan Institute where she supports our REEFS program.
Croatan Institute is partnering with Working Landscapes to support a disaster resilience planning project in Eastern NC on behalf of the Upper Coastal Plain and Eastern Carolina Councils of Government.
This resource will help regenerative agricultural practitioners seek out appropriate and aligned sources of funding using the sortable, online database.
We're proud to have spent the last nine years driving positive change through integrated systems of sustainable finance, racial equity, and social justice. Here's a look back at some of our key initiatives.
The program convened rural leaders from a 13 county region in the North Carolina piedmont to discuss rural economic development, racial equity, communication, and state advocacy.
Croatan Institute is pleased to announce our newest Senior Fellow, Dorothy Suput. Dorothy works at the intersection of soil health, farm viability, local and regional food systems, and financing.
Zeke will be supporting the Institute’s Senior Executives, human resources, operations, and project management.
Re-Allocate encourages investors and capital allocators to pursue racial equity investing within their investment portfolios. The goal of the campaign is to encourage investment managers and decision- makers to reallocate 15% of AUM over three-years to invest in America’s emerging majority.
As a regenerative cattle, sheep, and goat farmer, experienced venture capital investor, and thought leader on regenerative agriculture investment, Lauren is one of many women who are leading the effort to advance regenerative agriculture through finance.