SOLMACC second newsletter - The project introduced in 5 min.
The SOLMACC project aims to demonstrate that farming can be climate-friendly when applying optimised farming practices.
The project’s second newsletter has been released. It provides an update about the partners in the consortium and puts the spotlight on Kjell Sjelin, one of the Swedish cooperating farmers.
Readers can also learn about the project in 5 minutes by watching the project's introductory video.
The project is coordinated by IFOAM EU in collaboration with Ekologiska Lantbrukarna (Sweden), the Italian Association of Organic Agriculture (AIAB,), the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL, Germany) and Bioland Beratung GmbH (Germany).
SOLMACC is a LIFE-co-funded project.