The conference will explore how agricultural innovation can contribute to achieving the goals set out by the Paris Climate Agreement. Speakers will introduce the innovative solutions they are developing for making the EU climate positive.
The seminar will contribute to the design and implementation of approaches and tools that can help farmers and farm advisers develop the skills they need in the face of the digital transition in agriculture.
This workshop will look to explore how networks can be increasingly interlinked, specifically focused on improving connections between farmers, farmer cooperatives and National Rural Networks (NRNs), highlighting existing good practice and identifying needs for future development.
The biennial national meeting of French LAGs will be open to European LAGs as well to boost discussion and cross-border cooperation. Registrations close on 31 January.
The meeting will discuss how rural climate efforts can be proved and demonstrated, in order to be recognised by markets, authorities and the wider society.
An opportunity to learn about the final results of SIMRA, a Horizon2020 project on social innovation and innovative governance in agriculture, forestry and rural development in marginalised rural areas across Europe.
From February 20 to 21, a POWER4BIO cross-visit will take place in Flanders. Partners from POWER4BIO and stakeholders from Flanders and other European regions are invited to participate in the cross-visit.
This Thematic Lab will explore the role of LEADER and LEADER local action groups in providing effective responses to the challenges related to youth and depopulation in local rural territories in the EU in the current and future programming periods.