Owner/ Member Farm Shares

Micro-Farm Produce Shares




Enjoy Local Food Security Without Getting Your Hands In The Dirt!


50% Produce/ Profit Share Partnership

Each Lot Owner/ Investor receives a Produce or Profit Share (Owner’s choice) from the Community Micro-Farm Partnership(s). Regeneration Nation sponsors Community Farmers with a Land Parcel and Farm Start-Up in exchange for 50% of the Farm’s Produce or Profit given back to the Investor/ Members perpetually. The Farms remain privately owned and operated by individual farmers and Investor/ Members can opt to receive their Profit Shares in either weekly Produce, Annual Profit Share or a combination of both.

A well developed Micro-Farm can yield 100-200 + family sized weekly shares.

The Community reserves 3-5 Micro-Farming Lots to be used in Contract with potential Farmers. The Community HOA oversees the contract requirements, benefits, profit shares and recruitment of new Farmers.

Individual CSA Farm Timeshare Purchase

For an individual who wants Community Membership, Recreation and Produce Shares but without purchasing a Community Lot, they can buy an Individual CSA Farm-Share- an Ownership portion of an single Community Micro-Farm.

Lot Owners receive Produce or Profit Shares from every Farm in the Community whereas purchasing an Individual CSA Farm Share yields only shares from the individual Farm. But because Individual CSA Farm Shares are still a Partial Ownership portion, they do convey full Community Membership Benefits (Recreation & Amenities) for the duration of the Timeshare.

Owner Members are NOT financially obligated to contribute to the development or maintenance of the Farms in any way. The Profit Shares are simply a benefit of Ownership and carry no responsibility for the success or operation of the Farms. Owner/ Members can never incur losses of any kind on their Farm Shares- only Profits.

Farmers hold 50% of Farm Ownership, and Share Owners split the remaining half, so a 1/100th Individual CSA Farm Share amounts to a literal 1/200th Ownership Share of the Farm (which would be the approximate equivalent of a weekly Family Sized Produce Box). Individual Share Owners are not liable for any Farm expenses, management or operation of the Farm beyond their purchase contribution. Their purchase entitles them to weekly Produce Shares (FREE delivery in Metro areas!) and Community Benefits.

Individual CSA Farm Timeshares

  • 1/100th Micro-Farm CSA Share- 10 Year Ownership- $12,000  INTRODUCTORY OFFER NOW ONLY $10,000.
  • With  $2,400 $2,000 Down and $100/ month with 0% Interest Financing.
  • $20/ month HOA fee waived for first 3 years of Development.
  • All Member Benefits included.

Purchase 1/100th CSA Micro-Farm Timeshare

What To Expect From a Micro-Farm Yield?

An average 1 1/2 acre Vegetable/ Fruit Micro-Farm can yield over 200 family sized weekly shares at peak development. The diversity and quality of productivity and yield obviously depends on the individual farmer.

Micro-Farm Development begins with Spring/ Summer annual Vegetables and can be extended in phases to include Orchard, Berries, Grapes, Herbs, Nuts, Cut Flowers, etc. It may later integrate Poultry / Eggs, Aquaponics or Year-round Greenhouse production. An acre and a half is about the maximum area that one farmer can work intensively with up to 4 employees.


Regeneration Nation reserves 3 Micro-Farm Lots in the Community for contracting with independent Micro-Farmers for a 50/50 Profit Sharing Agreement. A Farmer Sponsorship Fund provides for construction of a small Home or Cabin on the specified acreage, Farm Start-Up expenses and a monthly Farmer Stipend for the first year. Each participating Farmer is required to contribute a down payment on their own Land & Farm and with successful completion of their Contracts, Farmers gain ownership of their land and Developing Farms over a 15 year period. In exchange, Farmers agree to a perpetual 50/50 Community Profit Share Partnership. 

Partnership with Community Micro-Farmers for Owner Produce Shares

Why are Community Farms Independently Owned & Managed?

The Contracted Community Farms are free market enterprises, owned and managed by individual farmers. Productivity and efficient business management require independent businesses with losses and increases benefiting farmers directly, and passed on in Produce/ Profit Shares. All Farm Produce above the 50% Community Share is the farmers and can be sold or used in any way they choose. Capitalism is the the most efficient, productive and self-correcting business model for everyone involved.

Why Contract With Multiple Farms?

There are a couple main Farm types that require a completely different set up and knowledge base: Fruit/ Orchard, Annual Vegetables, Meat/ Poultry, Dairy and Broad Crops such as grains, beans, etc (which are not practical for production in a Micro-Farm). Sometimes these types can be combined and overlapped in production like Vegetable/ Poultry or Free ranging Livestock/ Poultry or Orchard/ Vegetable/ Poultry, but often they are best separated into individual enterprises with differing focuses. In this case, Regeneration Nation would give preference to Farmers with different focuses that best accomplish the Communities goals.

Also, yields are never guaranteed in farming or any other business. To increase the probability of success and yield for the Community, there should always be overlap in production if possible on several Farms. This overlap doesn’t hinder Farm revenues in any way since they are not primarily selling to the Community, but yielding 50% and selling the remainder mostly outside the Community. And it definitely increases the assurance of Community Food Security and benefit from Profit Shares.

Micro-Farm Development

All Contracted Farms will start with the Development of soils, infrastructure (greenhouse), composting, annual vegetable crops, and plantings for perennial crops (that typically don’t bear for a couple of seasons). The expectation for the first year is production of a Spring/ Summer/ Fall crop of annual vegetables with development of the other farm components. Year two might increase with season extension and the addition of berries, etc and a possible introduction of small scale poultry or eggs as a side product.

What Other Ways Can I Create Food as a Community Owner/ Member?

  • You can grow food on your own property.
  • Take advantage of one of the Edible Landscaping Packages for your home.
  • Once all of the farming positions for the Community are filled, Owner/ Members are prohibited from selling their own produce within the Community to other Owner/ Members, but you can always create a Produce business and sell outside of the Community.
  • You may be able to contract work with a Community Farmer for extra produce or pay.
  • Additionally, the greater Community has a Permaculture Landscape that includes perennial food and craft materials with seasonal Member Harvest Shares. These shares will be available for self-harvesting at various times throughout the seasons.

Permaculture Landscape/ Harvest Shares

The overall Permaculture Design of the Community Landscape establishes the planting and care of a variety of perennial plants, shrubs and trees for useful and edible purposes ranging from orchard, berries, vines, flowers, firewood, hard woods, sap producing trees, nuts, fodder, reeds, craft materials, etc. Interplanted together in guilds, they create land design, erosion control and water harvesting, and become established together into mostly self-regulating, eco-systems. At peak times harvesting these materials will be made available to all Owner/ Members.

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