Let's feed the world without depleting natural resources

Today, large-scale farming is degrading the environment. It must now become part of the solution to produce healthy food, address climate change and repair ecosystems. Fortunately, a growing number of farmers around the world have already adopted the solution.

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We call it regenerative agriculture

Regenerative farming restores the natural fertility of agroecosystems and captures more carbon than it emits. It produces nutrient-dense food, clean water and abundant biodiversity. It integrates agroecological practices such as conservation agriculture, organic farming, agroforestry, permaculture and holistic livestock management.

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Soil is capital. Let’s grow it.

Healthy soil is the single most important driver in increasing farm productivity, reducing risk in operations and protecting profitability. Living soils and functioning ecosystems work to retain water and provide nutrients to plants. This builds profitable farms and improves asset value in the long run.

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It’s all about field experience

We are experienced farm managers and business professionals. We keep ourselves rooted by working at farm level to improve operational, financial and environmental outcomes. Explore our Track Record!


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  • Managing Partner
  • Consultant and manager for various corporates and private farming companies
  • MA in Agronomy, Gembloux (BE)
  • Business Administration, Solvay (BE)
Thomas Lecomte


  • Partner
  • Expert in regenerative agriculture
  • Owner & manager of several agricultural businesses
  • MA in Agronomy, UC Louvain (BE)
Nicolas Verschuere


  • Managing Partner
  • Senior agronomist & Farmer in Belgium
  • Overseas consultant on large-scale farming operations
  • MA in Agronomy, UC Louvain (BE)
Guillaume Sneessens
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