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Commonly Asked Questions

Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we receive about Farming Carbon and our services.


We are a start-up SME incorporated as a private limited company in the United Kingdom with a for-profit structure. We are not a charity and any payment we receive is for a product or service we provide and is not a donation. The work we undertake at Farming Carbon is impactful in both social and environmental impact, but it also provides a competitive advantage for the businesses we work with and we will provide resources to support and demonstrate this. Your team will have access to materials that will help to improve your tendering or marketing efforts depending on the collaboration you undertake with Farming Carbon.

Typically: We currently do not off carbon offsetting, this is due to complexities about legal and financial ramifications for agriculture and carbon offsetting. [We are part of the conversation and taking part in trying to establish this as an opportunity to farmers.] Farming Carbon does not issue carbon credits nor certificates. In all our decisions, from project selection to monitoring and implementation, we focus on improving the state of the ecosystem rather than optimising carbon sequestration rates. Coincidentally, however, by working to improve the sustainability of farm ecosystems we believe we are increasing our chances of creating a stable carbon sink that will continue to sequester carbon for years to come. We are working to help microfinance and support small holder farmers to mitigate the impact of the Climate Crisis, which is a much more holistic approach than a focus on carbon sequestration and with the volatility of carbon storage in soil carbon we will continue to work with academia and carbon calculating companies to create and verify Farm Carbon Stock. Exception: WE are exploring the opportunity to plant trees on land that is not necessarily farmland and providing high quality carbon offsets for this. If you need to have certification and credits are required – we would work with you to accommodate this on request.

We are all concerned about the health and future liveability of the planet, but don’t know how to make a meaningful contribution. Based on the academic work of Project Drawdown, the 100 best solutions to mitigate climate change, 25% of them are related to farm processes and land management. Every farm provides unique opportunities but including farmers, and creating opportunities in the rural community can help improve food security, protect water and create more habitable ecosystems.


For each and every one of our planting areas, we map the area and record the number of trees planted and species mix. We can also provide images, of the planting day and an aerial shot of the planting area, when you purchase your trees as part of the Tree.S.G or Corporate Planting Days. All of the trees planted within our products are bio secure, native species and have been outlined by the Woodland Trust with any specific specie elements to keep in mind.

We work with farmers and landowners that will benefit from the planting in the location that we undertake it. Usually this is because we are protecting riverside and helping to mitigate nutritional run off from a farm however sometimes with might be to help with drainage or to increase diversity of the ecosystem. We do not plant trees on farms where the farmer is disengaged or where the trees would detract from their farm operations. They would have no motivation to cut the trees down.

All of our trees are sourced locally and are planted in ecosystems that suit that particular species of tree. We plant them in a diverse mix because all of the tree grow at different rates. Our species list is Oak, Scots pine, Alder, Birch, Sweet Cherry, Hazel, Willow, Rowan, Spindle, Crab Apple, Black Thorn, and Hawthorn. We are open to planting any native species and are collaborating with the Conservation Volunteers to source Northern Irish trees for next years planting season.