A LEADER-funded knowledge transfer project about vegetable cultivation, aiming to increase the sustainability and resilience of local communities.
Projects & Practice
An EIP-AGRI Operational Group established a new quality standard for Swedish lamb in order to increase the competitiveness of the sector.
A CAP-funded project aimed to build the capacity of small-scale producers to reach the regional market and shorten the region’s food chain.
An EIP-AGRI Operational Group used CAP funds to test the requirements for protein crop production and processing in Sweden.
A producer of organic arable crops used investment support from the Hungarian Rural Development Programme (RDP) to build an innovative storage facility and increase the competitiveness of his farm.
Using the Agri-environment-climate Measure to support the preservation of the Hungarian Coldblood horse breed.
A family business focused on Sorghum cultivation used EAFRD support to set up their own mill and now supply high quality, gluten free Sorghum flour to the Hungarian market.
Setting up a ‘mobile social grocery’ where users will pay a low price for products, and may also choose free products, improving accessibility, reducing iscolation and giving families a more ‘human’ experience.
Preserving forest genetic resources to increase the resilience of forests against the impacts of climate change.
A social enterprise used LEADER funding to set up a stylish boutique selling quality second-hand items, supporting both reuse and the long-term unemployed.