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We support farmers & corporates
in the transition towards
Regenerative Agriculture.

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Nature-Positive Farming is here.

We believe that nature and agriculture can cooperate instead of compete. We also believe that farmers and local communities across the globe deserves a long-term profitable future. That’s why we focus on Regenerative Agriculture. What does that mean? An agricultural system that is designed to ensure farmers with: food security, economic resilience and input self-sufficiency. This system creates several benefits for farmers and communities, such as: increasing soil carbon, biodiversity, water storage and forests preservation. It fosters food security and sovereignty, next gen farmer motivation, rural development and women empowerment. On the economic side, it lowers external input costs, creates different income streams due to diversification and may, in some cases, even increase yields. We develop model farms and model schools on all scales and all around the globe. The future is regenerative. Join us now.

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Our goal is to regenerate 100M ha of land while supporting 10M farmers in the transition by 2030.

In the Spotlight

New Development Manager

We welcome Augaly to the team to support us with Fundraise & Development work. With an international fundraise and business administration background from the past 10 years, Augaly has experience with developing fundraise strategies & portfolio management.

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Our Global Impact

+42.000 ha


+4.000 farmers


+2.3M euros


Featured Articles

Learning by seeing at Laikipia’s Model School

Adapted from Understanding the Role of Educational Farms in the Agroecological Transition by Maria Braun The global food system is at a critical point and has t…
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Creating Agroforestry Digitally

How a group of high school students created 3D agroforestry models in Minecraft A group of students from the Calandlyceum in Amsterdam just finished an amazing …
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Amplifying the voices of the vulnerable: climate change is an intersectional issue

Theres no planet B The impact caused by global warming is unequally distributed within different layers of society and countries – this is the central argumen…
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