Sharing experiences about climate friendly organic farming practices – More in the third SOLMACC newsletter
SOLMACC's participating farmers will now put climate-friendly farming practices which are specifically adapted to the situation on their farms into use for an entire farming year. Implementation of the practices will continue until 2018 together with the continuous support and monitoring on all farms. The SOLMACC project aims to demonstrate that farming can be climate-friendly when applying optimised farming practices.
So far the project resulted in:
- an open field day at Kornkammer Haus Holte (Germany), and
- a toolbox for students and teachers
In the third SOLMACC newsletter you can also read about the Commission's consultation on greenhouse gas emissions from agriculture.
The project is coordinated by IFOAM EU in collaboration with Ekologiska Lantbrukarna (Sweden), the Italian Association of Organic Agriculture (AIAB, Italy), the Research Institute of Organic Agriculture (FiBL, Germany) and Bioland Beratung GmbH (Germany).
SOLMACC is a LIFE-co-funded project.