Our Focus

We focus on three main regenerative natural resource themes: fiber, farming, and forestry. In each area, we engage across the supply ecosystem – from production to retail to reuse.


The financial services industry can thrive by expanding its purview beyond profit to also align with the biological and social systems on which all life depends. At Provenance Capital Group (PCG), we architect, diligence, and manifest a suite of natural resource investment solutions that do just that.


Regenerative is a systems approach that is designed to be in service of healthy human communities without undermining the long-term health of the planet in the process.

Our Investment Themes

Within our three themes, we review and work with investment opportunities across the supply ecosystem (sourcing, production, processing, distribution, retail, reuse, and technology).


As consumers, we are all investors in food and food systems. Unfortunately, the way our global food systems have evolved has created many negative externalities, including environmental degradation, opaque supply ecosystems, high rates of food waste, low nutrient-density foods, and lack of food access for vulnerable populations.

In our work we aim to positively impact food production through improving production methods, increasing food security, increasing nutritional density, reducing food waste, and creating more supply ecosystem transparency.


The global apparel and textile industry represents a $2.4 Trillion market (McKinsey) – unfortunately, the method by which we manufacture most fiber results in forced labor, unsafe working conditions and toxic chemicals, which can cause contamination to the environment and to the human body.

In our work, we aim to positively impact fiber production through: natural and regeneratively sourced inputs, water efficiency and waste diversion/reuse, carbon mitigation, equity and justice, traceability, and economic impacts on local communities.


Forests provide wood, wood products, and numerous ecosystem services. They are a source of biodiversity and fresh water, help reduce the risks of natural disasters, act as a carbon sink, stabilize soil and prevent erosion, enhance the land’s capacity to store water, and help moderate air and soil temperatures.

In our work we aim to positively impact forests by: increasing the land area under sustainable management, increasing the number of certified areas, protected areas, and native species, increasing living wage job creation, and improving ecosystem services.