frequently asked questions
Yes, just choose the custom amount that you want to donate in the profile of the respective farm.
The farmer will get 85 % from each contribution. 15 % goes to Climate Farmers for covering our running costs. With your contribution you actively support the regeneration of our planet.
If there is any problem with your reward, please contact us.
Some farms offer onsite-visits in exchange for your contribution. Some farmers need help on their farm – you can get in contact with them to ask!
Farmers undergo a selection process wherein we visit their operation, review the practices they apply. Selection criteria include the use of pesticides, treatment of soil, water sources and animals.
All Climate Farmers work with nature in order to restore and manage their soil and water.
Some are organic certified, others have opted not to get certified. Our focus is on the results, rather than the practices applied.
The farmer will get 85 % from each purchase and 15 % goes to Climate Farmers for covering their running costs. With your contribution you actively support the regeneration of our planet.
Vegetables are only available within the specific country of each farmer. Other products (e.g. seeds) can be delivered to other countries with extra delivery costs. Videos and knowledge material can be purchased independent from where you are living. If the farmer offers face to face events (workshops, consultancy, overnight stays) you can arrange this after your purchase as we will send you the contact details.
We suggest that you purchase an “Eat Climate Change” box from farms within close proximity to avoid long ways of transportation. If you can’t find a farmer on our platform that is close to you – we suggest that you buy your products on your local farmers market.
The participating farmers manage harvest, packaging and delivery. For the specific processes and delivery times, it’s best to get in touch with them directly.
For any issues please reach out to the farmers directly.
There is no minimum contribution needed. You are more than welcome to join the Climate Farmer community and contribute with whatever you have to offer. If you want to support an individual farmer you can choose between the different rewards they offer or contribute any amount that you like.
Get in touch with the Climate Farmers Team – we’re looking forward to hearing from you! As a Climate Farmer you should apply practices that restore the ecosystem, contribute to soil and water health and conserve and increase biodiversity.
Our focus is on active farms that already use the land for a certain time in order to measure their impact on the ecosystem. But feel free to contact us if you just want to start and be part of our community.
We invite farms of any size to join us. However, productivity and a move towards financial self-sustainability is required.
Our monitoring technology enables us to assess the soil organic carbon capture of your operation remotely. We strive towards minimal data input necessary from the farmers’ side.
You will work hand in hand with us – together we define rewards that you can offer to contributors. Once you get in touch with us we will arrange a farm visit, make an interview and design your profile. We are of course aware of your limited time and make the onboarding process as smooth as we can for you.
climate farmers academy
All about regenerative land use including soil science, tools and machines, farming practices, business models based on your background, and more. You will be able to start the learning process based on your knowledge background, bioregion, country and interests. The courses are interactive and available in different languages.
Yes, you can start from the beginning.
The academy is for free. If you wish to get a specific consultancy for your farm you can contact us and we will make you an offer.
Regenerative Agriculture is a system of farming principles and practices that focus on the restoration of ecosystems while actively conserving and enhancing natural resources. It increases biodiversity, improves watersheds, builds soil, and stores carbon in the ground
If we apply regenerative practices such as rotational grazing, agroforestry and regenerative agriculture on all global croplands and pastures we could sequester more than 100% of current annual CO2 emission according to the Rodale Institute and leading experts in this field. If you’re interested in more research information, please contact us.