Healthy soils, healthy climate

The Carbon Farming project aims for a double goal: mitigate climate change and improve agricultural soils. How? By implementing carbon sequestration (CS) techniques on farm-level: fixing CO2 from the atmosphere in soils and improving the soil quality and biodiversity. Healthy soils, healthy climate. A win-win situation.

The seven partners of the Carbon Farming project are working between Sep 2018 and Aug 2021 to promote Carbon Farming in the North Sea Region. We believe that Carbon Farming is not only of interest for farmers, but that the whole society can benefit. We are therefore not only focusing on implementing CS techniques on farm, but also facilitate collaboration between farmers and interested parties, in- and outside the food chain.

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Latest Project News

Workshop: How do farmer and soil get rich by sequestrating carbon?

23 February 2021

The Biokennisweek, an online event for the Dutch organic sector, took place from the 18th till the 22nd of January and occurred in the light of our cl…

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Get on with carbon farming

23 February 2021

To highlight the regional accents in carbon sequestration techniques, Carbon Farming partners developed their own regional guidelines with specific re…

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Short overview of existing business models

23 February 2021

Our Carbon Farming partner Inagro made a short overview of existing business models that serves as an example and source of inspiration for future ini…

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Five promising measures to protect the climate by Carbon Farming

23 February 2021

One year ago a report on carbon farming sequestration techniques was published by authors from the INTERREG Carbon Farming project. These authors coll…

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Agricultural trade supplemented by Carbon Farming service

09 February 2021

Under the CarboAgrar brand, ATR Landhandel takes on the role of intermediary and brings farmers and companies together. Since February 2021, intereste…

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