Carbon removal via European Regenerative Agriculture

  Land stored carbon    Photosynthesis
The Netherlands


Status: ONCRA Certified
Verification Number: FNL-L-004
TRL: 9
First issuance of Credits: 2023

See verification documents


Regenerative agroforestry is a win-win situation to store carbon. Through agroforestry, carbon is sequestered quickly in biomass and the soil. The regenerated soil of Bosnodig produces organic, nutritious food and increases the biodiversity above- and below-ground. Additionally, regenerative agroforestry creates water, retains water in the soil, prevents erosion and regenerates the soil. This project is an ideal tool to achieve net-zero emissions targets and the European Green Deal.

Bosnodig shows what we seem to have forgotten: the forest as a source of life. It is a social, educational and recreational nature place, but also a source of food, inspiration and connection.

What makes the location unique is that the land is protected and passed on to the next generation for the next 400 years. Thereby, we can assure long-term carbon storage in our project and a source of life for future generations.

Bosnodig is a special project with sustainable and social goals. By purchasing our carbon removal credits, we our able to scale and continue this work.

About the remover:

Bosnodig was initiated by Heleen Eshuis and is located in the village of Voorst, Gelderland, The Netherlands. Bosnodig started in 2021 with finding their location, and have been busy with creating a biodiverse food forest ever since.


Remover info:

Store name: Bosnodig Voedselbos

Address: De Riete 87, 7383 GC Voorst, The Netherlands

Vendor Information

  • Store Name: Voedsel uit het Bos
  • Vendor: Voedsel uit het Bos
  • Address: Notebomenhof 12
    3582CZ Utrecht Utrecht