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New Income Trend:
Carbon Farming

DGB creates accessible and cost-effective carbon projects while helping to establish a permanent and sustainable income system for landowners. Contact us to learn more about DGB and our carbon projects. 

How does soil store carbon?

Soil carbon sequestration is a process in which CO2 is removed from the atmosphere and stored as soil organic matter (SOM). This is a mixture of carbon compounds such as animal and plant tissue, microbes, bacteria and carbon from soil minerals. Both the soil and the plants benefit from this. Carbon-rich soil promotes plant growth which in turn increases the growth of produce. 

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How much can I get paid?

The exact amount depends on your land’s data and nature, but increasing the carbon in your soil is profitable. As a carbon farmer, you can create an additional income stream by selling carbon credits while also producing products that grow in carbon-rich soil. 

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We are proud to prove, together with the project landowner, that quality, verified, carbon farming from native forest conservation can provide a good economic alternative to deforestation. To avoid further deforestation in Kenya, we need solutions that can be implemented immediately, can scale and are bankable for all parties involved.

Haron Wachira
kenya Kenya

How does DGB do it?

Meet our expert team with whom you can share your farm management data so we can create a data-driven implementation plan together. 

1

Get to know us

Contact us and find out if you are eligible to participate in a DGB carbon farming project. 

2

Share your data

Meet our expert team with whom you can share your farm management data. Based on your farm managements and lands, we together create data-driven plans for implementation.

3

Create a Master plan

We apply the models to establish a baseline of soil organic carbon in your land and potential carbon sequestration through planned regenerative applications.

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Get paid

We generate the carbon credits and document all the outputs of your land, thereby providing a new sustainable income system.

 
 

Improve Your Soil & Land

There are many creative ways to implement soil organic carbon. The opportunities are endless. You can discover new uses for soil organic carbon, depending on the costs, effects, and ecological reasons, among other factors. Here are some important points for how you can make the soil more productive with carbon farming:

System Management

System management is perhaps the one that comes as the most reasonable one. It includes cropping systems for green manure, compost extracts, utilizing livestock, and many other ways to help you manage soil organic carbon while creating a holistic approach with positive feedback loops. 

Legumes and Perennials

Legumes and perennials have also shown some great results. In fact, there is a pasture system that, when growing legumes on rotation, increases biomass production. 

Conventional Practices

Conventional agriculture includes monoculture cropping, tilling, chemical pesticides, and more. These can have significant negative sides on the soil. Still, within these traditional practices, we’ve found eco-friendly solutions, as they can increase the organic carbon and not affect the environment as much.

Data Analysis

If the biological work is done, then it is very likely for the soil carbon to be at a higher range than before the research and work. Our Data Analysis shows that these biological activities improve root systems and make plants grow faster. 

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Get in touch

As the world's first publicly traded purpose company focused on ecosystem restoration, DGB is harnessing market forces and the access to capital needed to accelerate Earth's reforestation rapidly. Reach out to us to learn more about our work.

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