Get support to transition your farm to regenerative agriculture
Regenerative agriculture offers a win-win solution to increase the profitability of your farm and resilience of your land
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WHAT PARTICIPANTS HAVE TO SAY
From the farmers, for the farmers
“Since I started applying regenerative techniques, I’ve increased the number and diversity of animal species on the farm, and my profits have increased. My soil health has improved dramatically, and I observe more biodiversity. I regularly welcome journalists and visitors and have started selling my products to butchers and chefs in Lisbon, including a Michelin-star restaurant.”
– Francisco Alves, Porcus Natura
“It’s not just about the program. It’s also about the people. I’ve had the chance to find a community where we all have the same passion. If you fail a few times, you’ll give up. So having financial and social support is so important.”
— João Valente, Monte Silveira Bio
“Out of 475 hectares on the farm, I only have access to water in about 250 ha. Now that I can invest in a water network with my Carbon+ earnings, I can pump water up the hills. In doing so, I’ll be able to make the farm more resilient, use the land economically and at the same time regenerate the paddocks.”
— Manuel Troya, Pajaretillo
REGENERATIVE AGRICULTURE IS THE OBVIOUS CHOICE FOR YOUR FARM
When you see your soil health improve, you’ll never go back
Increase in profits after six years
Litres more water per hectare for every 1% increase in organic matter
Yield increases during periods of extreme weather
HOW DOES THE CARBON+ PROGRAM WORK?
You implement your projects. We do the rest.
A SUPPORTIVE TEAM TO ASSIST YOU ALONG THE WAY
hectares under management
farmers making the change
purpose-driven team members
THE EUROPEAN CLIMATE FARMERS COMMUNITY
A community of like-minded farmers with authentic farmer-to-farmer discussions
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