Welcome to learn about regenerative farming!

This Crash course in regenerative farming is a free, approximately two-hour online course specifically aimed at companies in the food system. Graduates can use the knowledge gained from this course in many different positions such as management, product development, sustainability, communications and various types of training.

The content has been co-created with farmers, scientists and other food industry operators, and is based on the Carbon Action collaboration platform established by the Baltic Sea Action Group. The course consists of four lessons that delve into how continuous improvements in soil health will provide solutions to sustainability issues in the food system — and how you too can be part of this transformation.

  1. An introduction to regenerative farming
  2. What is regenerative farming?
  3. Regenerative farming benefits everyone
  4. What does change require?

Carbon Action collaboration

Carbon Action collaboration promotes a transition to regenerative farming in food production, while also researching how carbon is removed from the atmosphere and stored in the soil.

Participants include:

  • about 40 projects and 100 researchers
  • about 2000 farmers
  • 14 companies

Researchers are conducting high-quality scientific research in a number of projects. The research results are then put into practice through collaboration with farmers: Carbon Action farmers test regenerative methods on their own farms.

Carbon Action companies promote regenerative farming in their operations in a variety of ways. For example, companies share information and offer regeneratively farmed food to the market.

The Crash course in regenerative farming has been created in collaboration with those involved in Carbon Action, and during the course, many of them will share with you their role in the transition.

Learn more about Carbon Action and get involved!

Carbon Action