Carbon Farming - a revolution in agriculture
Agriculture is responsible for almost one quarter of global greenhouse gas emissions, and significantly contributing to climate change. What if agriculture could instead become part of the solution to climate change?
With carbon farming, also referred to as regenerative agriculture, this is possible. Carbon farming refers to agricultural practices which restore the humus content in the soil and increase biomass and biodiversity, thereby capturing CO2 from the atmosphere and storing it in the ground.
Carbon farming practices include agroforestry, silvopasture, rotational grazing, cover crops, crop rotation and minimal till. It is our mission to help accelerate the uptake of these practices by offering consumers carbon negative food products.
Conventional agriculture so far caused the release of ~500 Gigatons of CO2 from soils
Help us reverse this trend!
We are developing food products based on carbon farming which are carbon negative. This means that with each food product you consume, you help reduce the amount of CO2 in the atmosphere.
At the moment, we are developing our product portfolio, and we would be very grateful for your help. If you are interested and would like to support us, for example by completing a short survey, please get in touch.
The transition from conventional agriculture towards carbon farming is not easy, and takes time. By growing the demand for carbon farmed produce, we help you reduce the risk of this transformation.
Our food products will also enable consumers to locate the source of their food, which allows you to showcase your farm and connect with your customers.
We believe everyone needs to work together to help carbon farming become a more widely practiced form of agriculture. If you would like to support us, for example by answering a few survey questions, please get in touch.