California Impact Architects’ patent pending method for project finance relies on capital pooling from multiple and diverse sources. We provide collateral for banks to make technology loans to farmers, establishing a clear path to substantial economic, environmental and social impacts.

Here are some of the partners we seek in bringing The Alfalfa Project to full commitment levels.


Dairy Supply Chain & Cooperatives

The dairy supply chain and cooperative partners, including processors and producers of milk, cheese, butter and ice cream, and the dairies they supply, will realize considerable advantages through the success of The Alfalfa Project.

Higher quality, more abundant feedstock for animals, reduced need for water and chemical applications will make growers more profitable and better able to meet pending water restrictions. Talk to us about partnership.


Environmental Community

As The Alfalfa Project commits more acreage to its PAM program, these additional crops will respond to optimal growing conditions with the prescribed amounts of moisture and nutrients going directly to their deep root systems.

More oxygen will be generated, more carbon will be sequestered, and billions of gallons of water will be saved each year, with irrigation water decreased by about 47%.

That spells environmental advantages for the San Joaquin Valley and the state, helping California to meet its clean air and water conservation targets ahead of schedule. And those environmental impacts will continue for as long as the PAM system is in use.  Contact us for details.


Impact Capital

Do you represent impact investors who seek environmental and social impact advantages in addition to financial returns? 

Two years of TAP’s verified results provide the basis for estimating numerous and far-reaching impacts as a result of our unique approach. Learn More or Contact us for details.


State & Local Government

All levels of government in California have a vested interest in water conservation, in the sustainability of the state’s dairy industry, and in reducing poverty in the San Joaquin Valley. Local and regional bi-partisan governments will appreciate the positive economic effects that radiate to every level of life and commerce as a by-product of installing a new $400 million subsurface drip irrigation system in the Valley, including its impact on tax revenues. 

The Alfalfa Project’s business methodology benefits all that are involved, for a true win/win model. Contact us to get involved.



Whether your organization represents donor advised funds, foundations, or non-profit environmental interests with a focus on substantial water savings, we’re looking forward to partnering with you.   

TAP’s unique program will have immediate, positive effects on the sustainability of the dairy industry in California, and poverty reduction in the region, with positive economic effects throughout the San Joaquin Valley.  Talk to us about getting involved.