More peatland climate farmers are needed to press ahead climate protection through sustainable use of wet peatlands - also in the Baltic States. Therefore, the Succow Foundation together with partners in the Baltic countries are launching the project "Carbon capturing by Baltic peatland farmers - Practical exchange for paludiculture & peatland carbon farming". In the Baltic States, drained peat soils are responsible for 53-71% of all greenhouse gas emissions from the Baltic agricultural sector, although they cover only 5-6% of the agricultural soils in the Baltic States. The users of these peat soils, primarily farmers and foresters, cannot change this on their own. In order to switch to wet and climate-smart land use, they need support. To enable them to produce renewable biomass in paludiculture for carbon-neutral or even carbon-negative products in the food, construction or energy sectors, the Succow Foundation and its partners impart knowledge and practical experience on climate-neutral management of peatland sites.