Inspiring humanity to regenerate the Earth together

Regenerating the Earth

In regenerative agriculture, we have an opportunity to turn one of the greatest threats to the climate and biodiversity into one of the greatest solutions. Juntos Farm joins this mission with an ambitious goal to build a community-based hub for regenerative agriculture in Ibiza.

Juntos Farm is focused on rebuilding the soil, respecting the local crops & always farming in harmony with nature. Juntos Farm is a certified organic farm following regenerative agriculture practices, working towards a future that is happily both regenerative & organic! With 70 hectares of cultivated farmland in the north of Ibiza, a growing product line and a farm-to-table restaurant, Juntos Ibiza aims to inspire humanity to regenerate the earth together.

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What is regenerative agriculture

Regenerating the earth is key in combating climate change, protecting biodiversity, returning the nutrient density of the produce and restoring the balance between humans and nature.

The thing about regenerative agriculture is that it not only “does no harm” to the land but actually improves it, using technologies that regenerate and revitalise the soil and the environment. It is about farming and grazing practices that, among other benefits, reverse climate change by rebuilding soil organic matter and restoring degraded soil biodiversity – resulting in both carbon drawdown and improving the water cycle.

That is why our chosen mission is: “Inspiring humanity to regenerate the planet together”.

Biochar

Part of the Juntos Farm practices is producing our own biochar. Biochar is a form of charcoal that is produced by exposing organic waste matter (such as wood chips, crop residue, or manure) to heat in a low-oxygen environment and that is used especially as a soil amendment. brings agricultural benefits by boosting soil’s fertility and its ability to withstand drought or flooding; it can also rid soil of heavy metals and other pollutants. Adding biochar to 10 percent of global cropland could sequester the equivalent of 29 billion tons of CO2.