Press releases | 29.01.2024

The Top Farms Group has started implementing a partnership project titled: "Carbon farming in the era of climate change", which received funding under the 2023 Competition Round 1 KA210-VET - Small-scale partnerships in the vocational education and training sector Erasmus+ program. The project fits into the horizontal policy priority of the program: Environment and climate control .


Project title: Carbon farming in the era of climate change

Acronym: CarbonAgro

Duration: 01/12/2023 – 31/05/2025

Financing institution : National Agency of the Erasmus+ Program and the European Solidarity Corps

Project number : 2023-1-PL01-KA210-VET-000160779

Project partners:

  1. Institute of Rural Development and Agriculture of the Polish Academy of Sciences – leader (Poland),
  2. Top Farms Sp. z o. o. (Poland) – partner,
  3. SC Agrinatura SRL (Romania) – partner,
  4. University of Agronomic Sciences and Veterinary Medicine from Bucharest (Romania) – partner.

The aim of the project is to build a lasting international partnership to raise the level of knowledge and awareness about regenerative agriculture, in particular about carbon retention practices in the soil and the related opportunities to obtain additional sales revenues from the so-called carbon credits.


Project activities will include:


  • analysis of data and materials regarding carbon/regenerative agriculture and the possibility of obtaining and selling the so-called carbon credits,
  • international project meetings - meetings are planned in Poland and Romania,
  • preparation of a publication summarizing the information obtained during the project implementation (the publication will be available in three languages: Polish, Romanian and English),
  • disseminating progress during the project implementation.


The results of the project will be: 


  • establishing cooperation, exchanging experiences and, consequently, building a lasting international partnership to increase the level of knowledge and awareness of regenerative agriculture practices aimed at reducing greenhouse gas emissions and storing carbon captured from the atmosphere in the soil,
  • developing material on regenerative/carbon agriculture in Poland and Romania, which will complement the knowledge of project partners and recipients about practices supporting carbon agriculture and the possibilities of obtaining carbon credits,
  • dissemination of the project result to a wide audience, this group will include, among others: academics, students, farmers, agri-food entrepreneurs and others interested in raising awareness of carbon credits.