We are proud to be working with the following charities to help conserve and protect not just the British countryside, but also the Earth’s rainforest communities. Find out more about our partners, their great work and why Dengie chooses to support them.
The county’s leading conservation charity, committed to protecting wildlife and inspiring a lifelong love of nature. With our main production site being situated in the heart of Essex and our inherent relationship with the land we understand the importance of sustainable farming. It is why many of our farmers choose to grow the alfalfa itself as they recognise the benefits this incredible plant offers to the soil, wildlife and wider environment.
Click here to learn more about Essex Wildlife Trust and their great work.
We all rely on rainforest, no matter where we may be in the world. Balancing the climate, protecting wildlife and supporting society; it’s importance cannot be understated. Cool Earth’s vision is a world where tropical deforestation and degradation has no role in climate change. Effective conservation is only possible when local people who are uniquely suited to manage, protect, and restore rainforest, are put first. This ethos resonates with everyone at Dengie as we grow rather than buy the majority of the ingredients we use in our feeds and our success is determined by how we nurture our alfalfa and care for the environment it is grown in. Our farmers know their soil better than anyone and can see the benefits alfalfa has for the crops that follow it too.
Click here to learn more about Cool Earth and their great work.
The Carbon Balanced Programme by World Land Trust helps businesses to reduce their carbon impacts. Paper is now regarded as one of the world’s great sustainable products. It’s biodegradable, recyclable and made from a renewable raw material.
When sourcing paper for our printed communications we actively source carbon balanced paper to help reduce our carbon footprint and impacts on climate change.
Click here to learn more about World Land Trust and their great work with their Carbon Balanced Programme.