Let's balance the carbon footprint of 10,000 households by Christmas. 

Purchase verified carbon offsets with habitat and sustainable development benefits in Northern Kenya. Project partnership with The Nature Conservancy and the Northern Rangelands Trust.

Purchase verified greener pastures carbon offsets that also restore biodiversity and economic systems.

Sequester carbon dioxide, and restore habitat, with a rotational grazing project that provides sustainable development.


$ 75 / 5 TONS
  • 12,000 Average Automobile Miles
  • Free Subscription to Cool Hive (Value $120)
  • Project Update & Co-Benefit Map
  • Verified Carbon Offset Certificate

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$ 300 / 20 TONS
  • 1 Average American Household
  • Free Subscription to Cool Hive (Value $120)
  • Project Update & Co-Benefit Map
  • Verified Carbon Offset Certificate


$ 150 / 10 Tons
  • 3 Average Round Trip Flights
  • Free Subscription to Cool Hive (Value $120 )
  • Project Updates & Co-Benefit Map
  • Verified Carbon Offset Certificate

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Giving back to those most affected by Climate Change.

Certified carbon offsets with embedded sustainable development and habitat improvement metrics restore depleted systems holistically.

This expansive 1 million hectare project in Northern Kenya employs rotational grazing practices to support soil carbon and improve local economies and habitat. 

This project also supports local poplulations, improving women's health and access to education. 

Habitat and Biodiversity

Habitat is significantly improved with healthy carbon-rich soils.

Water Retention

Each additional percent of carbon in the soil, stores 10% more water.

Local Economies

Provide improved health and education that reduces emigration pressure.

''The good news is that soils have a huge potential for sequestering greenhouse gases. For example, our soil holds three times the amount of carbon dioxide currently in the atmosphere, and 240 times the amount of gases emitted by fossil fuels annually. Increasing the amount of carbon stored by our land by just a few percent would produce massive positive benefits. And since farmers deal directly with the land, they could play a significant role in developing what authors of the Nature paper call - climate-smart soils.'' (landstewardshipproject.org) Learn More


Most agricultural soils have lost 30  to 75 percent of their soil organic carbon. That's a big deal when it comes to climate change.


12 percent to 17 percent carbon in the atmosphere comes from land cover changes,  overgrazing.


Roughly 10 percent to 14 percent of emissions come directly from agricultural production and tillage.

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