Increasing organic and regenerative land area through collaborative investment in Australia



The Organic & Regenerative Investment Co-operative is an innovative organisation, focussed on increasing the amount & productivity of organically & regeneratively managed farmland around Australia.  We encourage you to join in our journey as an ORICoop member!


ORICoop exists to nurture and increase the amount of regeneratively & organically farmed land in Australia.  As well as supporting farmers to be the best land stewards of our delicate ecologicaly food system.


We believe that healthy soil leads to healthy waterways, food & communities.  


We work with organic farms and support organic & biodynamic farmers over the long term in their agricultural businesses across Australia.  We provide consumers  & farmers long term investment opportunities into a resilient Australian food and farming system that can change the way our farmers do business … for the better!

ORICoop helps the community


‘It takes a village to raise a child, and a community to build a farm’.


ORICoop helps farms


Our ideal farms are family owned, well managed with a strong track record.


ORICoop helps grow healthy food


ORICoop aims to acquire land that produces organic food, through all stages of the supply chain.


ORICoop helps grow organic produce


At ORICoop, we believe in building blocks that enable long term sustainable growth.


We welcome new members to our co-operative

Are you interested in understanding or fostering community power? Cooperatives are a vehicle to make this change.
ORICoop acknowledges the Australian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the first inhabitants of our nation and the traditional custodians of the lands where we live, learn and work. ORICoop operates throughout Aboriginal land in our vast country. We acknowledge the Aboriginal & Torres Strait Island people as the traditional custodians of each region and pay our respects to their elders past and present.

We are committed to a positive future for the Aboriginal community, and to work collaboratively with them in regions of significance and opportunity to their people.