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Transforming Landscapes

Participatory research for resilient land use in Europe

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Agriculture and land use are at a crossroads: Conventional agriculture is a leading cause of climate change and land degradation, creating some of the greatest challenges of our time. However, regenerative practices such as agroforestry offer an opportunity for land use to become part of the solution.

To lead this change, AGROMIX brings together farmers, researchers and policymakers to explore agroecological solutions for more resilient land use in Europe, developing tools to implement these practices.

Knowledge Hubs

To lead this change, AGROMIX brings together farmers, researchers and policymakers to explore solutions and develop tools for more resilient land use in Europe.

Innovative Co-design

Co-design practices applied to research and field projects.

Sustainable Business Models & Tools

Capitalisation of mixed farming and agroforestry for farmers and stakeholders across the production chain.

Immersive Learning Tools

Virtual interactive tools (serious games) that apply agroecological principles, allowing land managers to design their own agroforestry projects.

Policy Recommendations

Guidelines for decision makers to prioritise environmental resilience strategies and stable farming value chains.

Discover our project
  • 12 pilot projects 

    for developing co-designed systems
  • 6 long-term trial sites

    for developing and testing models
  • 12 Knowledge
    Exchange Hubs

    for sharing information
  • 28 partners involved

    from 14 European countries
  • 12 pilot projects 

    for developing co-designed systems

  • 6 long-term trial sites

    for developing and testing models

  • 12 Knowledge Exchange Hubs

    12 Knowledge Exchange Hubs

  • 28 partners involved

    from 14 European countries

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    The @FAO's 8th Forestry Week commenced today, with an opening ceremony available to watch here: https://bit.ly/3dYYHS5. Key points mentioned in the opening session were the need for collaboration between agriculture and forestry, cross-border cooperation, and global ambition.

    CEEweb has itself been deeply involved in work around the future of agriculture and forestry, particularly through the @AGROMIXproject. This factsheet produced by CEEweb's Dr Gabriella Nagy outlines key flashpoints in the transition toward an agroecological future:

    #agroecology

    Fertilità del suolo - esperienze in campo: corso di aggiornamento del @PSR_Veneto @RegioneVeneto a cura di @VenetoAgricoltu @arpaveneto e @AGROMIXproject presso l’azienda agricola "Ai confini" di Camisano Vicentino. CLICCA QUI per vedere il video: https://youtu.be/VXdANURmBP8

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    COORDINATOR
    Dr. Sara Burbi - Centre for Agroecology, Water and Resilience - Coventry University, Ryton Gardens Campus, CV8 LG, UK
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