Video – Bulgarian students of an agricultural vocational school present traditional and unusual plants well fitted for farming in Bulgaria
Audiovisual and Media:
Added-value, Audiovisual & media, Awareness raising, Communications, Entrepreneurship, Farm diversification, Fruit, Horticulture, Innovation, Students, Young farmers, Young people
‘What’s that plant’? Like in a school project the video brings to the viewers’ attention unusual and forgotten plants suitable for a farming business in Bulgaria – roses, peanuts, quinces, etc. The farmers-to be explains their origins, their main characteristics and make the viewer discover their links to Bulgarian farming traditions and offers interesting ideas for processing business.
& RDP Region(s)
It aims at promote how innovation and tradition could get together in Bulgarian farming field highlighting appropriate crops with good economic value.
Website of the project and YouTube channel
Rural Development Stakeholders:
Video; Duration: 8m 05s; Language: Bulgarian with English script via Youtube. Video consist mainly in interviews with students presenting their findings in an interesting way, and cards with relevant information about how each crop they present could add more value to a traditional farm.
up to €4 999
Distribution & Promotion
STRATEGMA Agency within the information campaign CAP: re:turn to the future
Name of organisation
private management consultancy organisation