Microbial resources to create sustainable agriculture and community

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We use microbials to bio-convert agricultural and wood waste to regenerate the soil and create natural products for agriculture, food, and human health

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Historical Background

After the second world war, agriculture turned into an industrialised approach based on tillage, monocultures, and overuse of fertilizers and pesticides. This model has been damaging the organic matter and soil diversity on a global scale, making it less resilient to droughts, floods and plant pathogens.

We need a new soil operating system and a change towards regenerative farming practices. 



Our Approach

Terrabiom focuses on using microorganisms and fungi to regenerate the soil health and produce other high-value natural products.

We focus on transforming waste from the mushroom and forestry industries into natural bio-fertilizers, bio-controlling pathogens and additive food products for biodynamics and permaculture practices.



Acting for Change

Terrabiom was born with the core idea of following the circular processes occurring in nature, where nothing is actually “waste”, but everything is bio-converted into being a resource for the next process.  

Our aim is to become relevant actors, both locally and globally, to accelerate a shift from a linear and industrial production towards a more circular and regenerative agriculture model.



Today’s Actions.
Tomorrow’s Environment.

The decisions which guide our actions of today are shaping our environment of tomorrow. The connections between what we do, and what this may cause in an ecosystem out of our sight are not always easy to recognize. We need to take a step back, have a look at the whole cycle, and take our our notebooks to capture the processes.

At terrabiom, we know it is essential to make this connection clearly visible. We can improve our behaviour and our impact only if we are aware of what we are causing.


Dedicated to community.

Life on this planet is functioning in communities: Healthy ecosystems are made up of many different species living and working together. Each species and individual is fulfilling their respective task, which all together result in a functioning ecosystem.

At terrabiom, we know that this principle is also valid for humanity. What we do is for the good of this planet's communities. It is based on previous work from other community members, and in our vision, will spread further through the continued work of other community members.

Together we are stronger.

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