3 reasons to implement it

Regenerative agriculture

A chance to make a difference for people, the landscape and the planet. The implementation is worth it.

CO2 storage

We have too much carbon in the air and not enough in the soil. Putting carbon back into the soil will help us to slow down climate change.

Healthier food

Healthy soil ensures optimal nutrition and plant health through the cooperation of soil organisms. Without chemicals.

Increased biodiversity

Healthy soils and water cycles enable the restoration of species diversity across the landscape.


Principles of regenerative agriculture

Integrate animals
Animals and plants enrich each other.
Do not disturb
Chemical and mechanical disturbance are not good for soil life.
Armor the soil surface
Living and dead matter protects the soil from the elements and erosion.
Mix species
The greater the number of plant and animal species, the greater the resilience of the ecosystem.
Keep living roots in the soil
Plants feed the soil by photosynthesising through their roots - ideally all year round.
Know your context
Observing the natural laws of your environment will help you understand what will work.
Have a look
Learn how we can “sequester” (store) carbon from our atmosphere, where it is harmful, and pull it back into the earth, where it belongs, through regenerative agriculture, composting, and other land management practices.