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Contribution Projects

Internal expertise and technology combined with help from our partners allows us to offer the highest quality regarding carbon sequestration projects. We also select projects that have co-benefits on their local community and environment.

Farm “Het Mosterdzaadje”

The project aims to support local farmer Tuur in Belgium to create healthy soils, a healthy environment, and economically resilient farm. Farmer Tuur is focused on creating diverse, healthy and local food for the local consumer. It is a kind of living laboratory where regenerative agriculture is successfully experimented with. He actively receives other micro-farmers for permaculture-vegetable horticulture and small-scale livestock farming, where he aims to show that agroecological agriculture is possible, desirable and profitable on a large scale and implement and encourages other farms to follow this model or parts of this resilient ecological model. He recently purchased land from conventional agriculture that he wants to transform into an agroecological short chain project. With your financial support, farmer Tuur can increase and accelerate his actions to transform his land and improve his soil, and development of local supply chains of the high-quality products With these measures, farmer Tuur can take the next steps in his journey towards regenerative nature-positive farming. It is estimated that a project can capture carbon in the soil by on average 2 tons/hectare (yearly) and it can create many more positive effects on biodiversity, water and its local community. This project is proposed by Farming for climate, a Belgian non-profit organization founded in 2019 with its mission to accelerate regenerative farming in Belgium by supporting farmers in their transition from conventional farming practices. With the financial help of you as a company, Farming for Climate can support this local farm throughout the first 3 years, with a yearly on-site follow-up by Farming for climate of the concrete measures agreed with the farmer.

2. Zero Hunger6. Clean Water and Sanitation8. Decent Work and Economic Growth


Regenerative farming