Regenerative Farming

Regenerative bio-dynamic farming for development of fertile soil and healthy food
A new prototype is investigating the benefits of regenerative and bio-dynamic farming methods.
What: A new prototype investigating, promoting and testing regenerative and bio-dynamic farming methods in Denmark, with the aim of developing fertile soil and healthy food.

How: By testing regenerative farming methods and disseminating research results and evidence, a new prototype for creating regenerative farming will be developed in a partnership with local farmers from Southern Jutland.

Role: Chora Connection facilitated processes and workshops focusing on development, communication, and promotion of initiatives within regenerative farming during the period January-December 2017.

Status: The initial phase of developing the prototype has been finished. Chora Connection is now monitoring further development within regenerative farming.

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Pictures from a Q5 workshop with stakeholders from the farming industry and experts in regenerative farming:




  • In 2016, there were 45 biodynamic farmers in Denmark. The cultivated has increased by 70 % from 2010 to 2016, and sales of certified biodynamic products have risen by 55% during the same period.
  • The amount of Demeter-certified companies (butchers, millers, wholesalers) has increased by 50% from 2010 to 2015.
  • The demand for biodynamic cultivation and biodynamic products continues to increase. Among chefs and gastronomic professionals especially, bio-dynamic sourced food and winery is in high-demand.