A closer look at how EU agriculture and rural development policy help promote rural entrepreneurship.
This issue of the EU Rural Review examines the role of networking in rural development policy. It traces how networking has evolved to become a defining characteristic of rural development in Europe.
All types of rural stakeholders interact in today’s increasingly diverse networking ecosystem. The publication concludes by considering how Networking will continue to evolve under the future policy environment.
For more about networking check out ‘networX’, the largest gathering of rural networking practitioners organised under the current programming period.
This issue of the EU Rural Review showcases some of the different types of innovation and creativity from EU rural areas.
Supporting EU agriculture, forestry and agri-food industries, combining competitiveness and multi-functionality.
The United Nations has declared 2014 the International Year of Family Farming, the primary aim of which is to promote, develop and strengthen all types of family-oriented agriculture as a socially valuable, economically viable and environmentally sustainable model.
Quality and organic products are a key part of the Common Agricultural Policy and an important objective of Rural Development policy.