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Estonia's Agronom partners with Gardskapital to advance regenerative agriculture in Sweden.

Tallinn-based climatetech company eAgronom and Stockholm-based alternative lending firm Gardskapital have partnered to promote regenerative farming practices among Swedish farmers. This collaboration targets the introduction of eAgronom’s advanced soil regeneration and agroforestry techniques across 20,000 hectares of arable land in Sweden in 2024. With Sweden being a key agricultural market in Scandinavia, the partnership aims to significantly impact the region’s farming landscape by enhancing sustainability and contributing to global efforts for carbon-neutral food production. The initiative will also introduce agroforestry trials in Sweden, reflecting eAgronom's commitment to innovative solutions for carbon-neutral food production. Despite the challenges of scaling agroforestry, the collaboration aims to discover properly scalable solutions through trial and error. Robin Saluoks, co-founder and CEO of eAgronom, emphasizes the importance of being a trusted partner to local farmers throughout the soil restoration journey. He acknowledges Sweden's status as one of the most developed agricultural countries, highlighting the farmers' care for their soils. Gardskapital shares eAgronom's commitment to promoting regenerative agriculture and reducing food production-related emissions. As an alternative lender, Gardskapital focuses on providing tailored financial solutions to agriculture-related businesses, aligning financial incentives with environmental goals. Matthias Karthäuser, Founder & CEO at Gardskapital, emphasizes the benefits of climate-friendly farming methods from both a risk-management and financial perspective. The partnership aims to support farmers in improving soil health and financial performance, including monetizing their contributions to carbon drawdown in Swedish agricultural soil through carbon credit sales via eAgronom. Soil regeneration remains at the heart of eAgronom’s sustainability efforts in Sweden and beyond, with plans underway to expand throughout Scandinavia. By harnessing soil’s utility as a carbon sink, eAgronom offers carbon credits with maximum transparency, adhering to strict development principles established by organizations like Verra. https://arcticstartup.com/eagronom-partners-with-gardskapital/?amp=1

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  • mary Mwihaki

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    This is great such collaboration are essential in driving positive change toward the forest and sustainable farming

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    • Ann Nyambura

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      Impressive collaboration between eAgronom and Gardskapital

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      • johnte ndeto

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        It's inspiring to witness such initiatives driving positive change in the agricultural sector.

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        • Princess

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          @johnte_ndeto Absolutely! These initiatives serve as examples of how innovation and collaboration can lead to meaningful progress in addressing agricultural challenges and promoting sustainability.

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        • dickson mutai

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          A good contribution to global efforts for carbon-neutral food production

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          • Princess

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            @dickson_mutai Indeed, efforts like these contribute significantly to global endeavors for carbon-neutral food production.

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          • We Don't Have Time

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            • Joseph Githinji

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              A great collaboration that will go a long way in improving sustainable food production.

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              • Princess

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                @joseph_githinji Absolutely, collaborations like this have the potential to make a substantial impact on improving sustainable food production practices.

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              • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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                Great partnership on regenerative agriculture. The world. Needs more of this

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                • Princess

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                  @rukia_ahmed_abdi we should encourage more collaborations of this nature to help create a more resilient and equitable agricultural sector worldwide.

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                • George Kariuki

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                  This is a win-win for farmers and the environment! This will improve soil health, reduce emissions, and even involve trials with agroforestry for even more sustainable food production.

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                  • Princess

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                    @george_kariuki Absolutely! This partnership offers numerous benefits for both farmers and the environment.

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                  • walter lungayi

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                    The partnership between Estonia's Agronom and Gardskapital is uplifting news for the advancement of regenerative agriculture. Such collaborations are essential in driving positive change towards more sustainable farming practices and fostering environmental stewardship for a healthier planet.

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                    • Princess

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                      @walter_lungayi It's heartening to see such initiatives taking root and driving positive change in the agricultural industry.

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