Mind the CAP campaign

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The ‘Mind the CAP’ campaign seeks to raise awareness and increase understanding of the Common Agricultural Policy among farmers and citizens from the perspective of the organic movement. In particular activities and events organised by the IFOAM EU Group and partners seeking to explore the CAP 2014-2020 and the potential contribution of organic food and farming systems to CAP reform process and new rural development programming. Please follow the links before to out more about ‘Mind the CAP’ activities and events.

European CommissionThe "Mind the CAP" campaign is co-financed by the European Union, Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development. The sole responsibility for the content expressed lies with the author. The European Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of this information.

agriCAPture - organic agriculture photo contest
Participate in fun activities and learn about the CAP and organic farming at the same time!
Mind the CAP events
Take part in open farm days, learn about how the CAP can benefit organic farming and how we can make the most of it
ECOVIN
One of the major agricultural products of Europe is wine. In this dossier, find out about the new organic wine regulations & how to interpret them, the current market & future perspectives
Dossier on EIP-AGRI: Opportunities for innovation in organic farming and agroecology
Get to understand the implementation of the European Innovation Partnership for Agricultural Productivity and Sustainability (EIP-AGRI) and use all the opportunities it offers.
Organic in Europe: Prospects and Development
The book highlights the potential of EU organic food and farming to develop and expand if the new CAP is implemented in an effective way and supports greener and fairer farming across Europe.
Organic experts and representatives from the European Commission and Parliament discuss the new CAP and what it means for organic agriculture. Filmed in Lithuania, Greece, Italy and Spain
How organic farmers view the CAP, how they can benefit from the CAP reform and their expectations (and concerns) regarding the new CAP. Filmed in Lithuania, Greece, Italy and Spain