Zero Gap Fund backs regenerative agriculture investor

The Rockefeller and MacArthur foundations four years ago partnered on a $30 million Zero Gap Fund to catalyze more private capital for the Sustainable Development Goals. The fund’s final commitment helped Boulder, Colo.-based Trailhead Capital close a $50 million fund to invest in tech companies supporting the transition to regenerative agriculture, reports Impact Alpha’s Jessica Pothering. Zero Gap invested alongside the Argosy Foundation, Cisco Foundation and impact funds of funds Wire Group and WovenEarth Ventures.

Zero Gap Fund is part of a cohort of C3-related investments that showcase powerful examples of catalytic capital across diverse sectors and geographies. The fund is a portfolio of new investment solutions that demonstrate the potential to catalyze large-scale private investment towards the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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