Grounded in regeneration, Rooted in progress

About Northern Roots

Farmer Centric

Northern Roots is organized by farmer for farmers. Anyone interested in food production and the environment is encouraged to join.

From theory to practice

Come learn about the theory and practical applications of how to produce in sync with nature and your financial bottom line.

Exchange ideas

Meet other farmers and land managers, exchange ideas and learn from each other. Peer-to-peer exchange is a core part of the forum.

Get inspired

Get ready to expand on your ideas of how to farm. Not satisfied with the results on your farm? Get inspired on how to achieve your goals.

An exciting future agriculture

Why northern roots?

Northern Roots provides a forum for farmers and those interested in food production and the environment to learn about the theory and practice of agroecology or regenerative systems. Come and learn about making better-informed decisions to increase the health of your lands and your farm as a business.

The forum is a two-day event hosting talks, forums and discussions from pioneering international soil health experts, experienced farmers, and agronomists. Interested in topics such as no-tillage, cover crops, soil biology, re-introducing livestock into arable systems and reducing costs? Northern Roots covers a broad spectrum of topics relevant for conventional, organic, arable, livestock, landowners, or tenant farmers.

Northern Roots was born out of a desire to re-invigorate the agricultural sector in the Nordic and Baltic countries. With decades of experience of how to achieve such change available in North America and Australia, things are starting to move in Europe. We believe our region is ready to start an exciting new chapter in agriculture filled with thriving landscapes and healthy farming businesses.

Information about the Forum

some things you should know

The forum will happen on the 24th and 25th of January 2024 at Kultuurikatel in Tallinn, Estonia.

Northern Roots aims at engaging as many people as possible across the Nordic and Baltic countries. The winter is the off season for farmer in this region, which gives time for reflection and new insights. Seeing our goal is to reach farmers across the region, we decided to choose Tallinn as a convenient location to travel to.
No, all ticket sales will be done online in advance. This way we know exactly how many people will be attending which allows us to organize a better experience for everyone attending.
Yes, we will offer lunch on both days of the forum and refreshments. Breakfast and dinner are not included and are the responsibility of the participants.