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It's time to transform the food and agriculture system.

The Soil Heroes Foundation is working to increase the quality and longevity of life on Earth by catalysing the transition to true regenerative agriculture.

How we work




We support and empower the transition to regenerative agriculture through providing proof of practice on working farms, sharing our knowledge and building networks.

What is regenerative agriculture?

Regenerative agriculture is a set of farming practices that works with nature, rather than against it. When brought together, these practices help to sequester carbon, regulate water and nutrient cycles, rebuild biodiversity and improve the nutrient value of our food, as well as building resilience in our food system to the growing effects of climate heating.

Help us change the world through agriculture

Our projects


Regenerative agriculture includes a toolbox of practices which have the potential to not only reverse the decline in our biodiversity, but to actively build it.

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Water holding capacity

Quantifying the improvement in soil’s water retention capacity resulting from applying regenerative farming practices. The soil’s water holding (or retention) capacity is the amount of

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The Nutrient density proof of practice project is a side-by-side comparison of regenerative and conventional farming practices on a commercial scale and will study the

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guidebook for farmers

Guidebook for farmers

For over 7 years, the Klompe Farm has been trialling regenerative farming methods in its transition to regenerative agriculture. In this guidebook, the Soil Heroes

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We are not doing it alone!

The Soil Heroes Family

Besides our main focus on improving soil health, we strive to increase the impact of ecosystem services through our sister organisation, Soil Heroes B.V.

They enable companies to invest in environmental impact by working with regenerative farmers in Europe, providing real soil data to quantify and verify the positive change. This enables farmers to gain directly from their transition and so secure long-term revenues.