ENRD News Archives
Highlight of the month: Seminar Highlights Links Between Public Goods and Agriculture
Story of the month: ENRD REVIEW OF THE YEAR
NRN of the month: Sweden
Project of the month: EAFRD supports innovative solar roof tile technology in Hungary
28 January, 2011: New Information Communications Technology (ICT) Brochure
28 January, 2011: Information Communications Technology (ICT) Seminar - Register Now!
The call for registration for the seminar on “ICT and Rural Areas: Building the Knowledge Society at Grassroots Level” is now open. The seminar will take place on 10 February, 2011, in Brussels. Click here.
21 January, 2011: New LAGs Visit Brussels for ENRD Event
The ENRD event ‘Leader as a Driver for Rural Europe: Workshop for New LAGs’ was held in Brussels, on January 19-20. Up to 300 LAGs took part in the event. For further information, click here.
17 January, 2011: Students from University of Missouri visit ENRD Contact Point
Students studying EU Policies and Institutions visited the ENRD Contact Point on Monday 10 January, 2011. The students were interested in learning about ENRD activities and differences in approaches as regards EU/US rural development policy.
17 January, 2011: Public Goods and Agriculture Presentation
Following the seminar on Public Goods and Public Intervention in Agriculture seminar, held on December 10th in Brussels, a presentation of the results of the completed work (TWG 3) is now available. Click here.
13 January, 2011: ENRD prepares for New LAG event
The ENRD is preparing for an event entitled ‘Leader as a Driver for Rural Europe: Workshop for New LAGs’, which takes place in Brussels, on January 19-20. Up to 300 LAGs are expected to take part in the event. For further information, click here.
13 January, 2011: Rur@l News for January now in additional languages
January’s edition of the ENRD newsletter Rur@l News is now available to download in the following languages: French, German, Spanish, Italian and Polish as well as English. This month we take a look back at highlights of 2010 and visit Hungary in our ’Country Focus’ section. Click here.