Anglian Water and Agreenaare supporting regenerative agriculture.

Farmers who adopt regenerative farming practices will see benefits to their soil, the local environment, and to the health of their farm business. Click on the button below to start earning carbon certificates with Agreena.

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Meet some of our Carbon farmers

Edward ReynoldsR I Reynolds & Son

“With regenerative farming, we are using less fertiliser, less diesel and less horsepower. The soil appears to be improving and the crops are growing extremely well. The benefits also include improvements to wildlife and local ecosystems, so a program that recognises that and provides a financial incentive, makes sense. I’d encourage people not to worry about what others think and just follow it through.”

West Cambridgeshire
200 hectares

Adam DriverDriver Farms

“Agreena as a platform encourages farmers to head in a new direction and improve their practices. Which, on the whole will improve both their business, the farm ecology and the environment. And essentially make farming more sustainable long term and iron out the peaks and thoughts of farming finances.”

West Suffolk
1.200 hectares

Mark BarlowGrandsden CFC

“When we voted to leave the EU, it was clear that agriculture would go through some massive changes and we had no idea what. So we decided to get our borrowing and costs down, and saw going to a direct drill system as the way of doing that. We sold all our cultivation equipment and a tractor, bought a large direct drill and started farming regeneratively. Essentially we just jumped straight into the deep end and we have not regretted it.”

305 hectares

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How do you become a Carbon Farmer?

Every hectare of agricultural land has the potential to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. This means that you as a farmer hold one of the keys to fighting climate change.

With AgreenaCarbon you can sell carbon certificates if you implement Conservation or Regenerative Agriculture practices that reduce your CO2e emissions, such as no-till farming and the sowing of cover crops.