Farmers increase the efficiency of farm and natural resources by using Functional AgroBiodiversity

This project aims to reduce the reliance on external inputs by encouraging the use of methods and interventions that increase the farm’s Functional AgroBiodiversity (FAB).

Upcoming activities

To get familiar with the possibilities of the FAB measures, we offer a series of activities to guide you: information sessions, demonstration activities, network sessions to share experiences…

Carbon farming - webinar

With zero carbon farming targets, future payments based on environmental ‘public goods’ and private companies evaluating their environmental credentials, farmers are in a unique position to have the ability on farm to sequester carbon & reduce greenhouse gas emissions all whilst improving soil health. Watch this recorded webinar where farm advisors from the Soil Association and Farm Carbon Cutting Toolkit discuss how farmers can be rewarded for the public goods that great soil management can deliver.

More about the FAB-measures