Preview of events

Next farmers group meeting coming soon – Register now! [edited]
18 March 2020, online meeting

The current CAP developments will be at the core of the next meeting of IFOAM EU organic farmers. We will also elect a new steering committee for the group and the nomination of a farming sector representative for the upcoming IFOAM EU Board election in June.

Due to the current global situation we will hold the meeting online. Are you interested to join the meeting? Send an email to isabella.lang [at] and you will receive an email with the link to the meeting.

8th Symposium in Slovakia: Going local

Agriculture needs to change. Its contribution to the climate and biodiversity crisis cannot be neglected, and farmers do not get a sufficient income from their work.
To be part of the change you can join the 8th Symposium on Pesticides Reduction at the Slovakian Agriculture University in Nitra on 7 April. There, EU policies and regulations to on-field agronomic practices and alternative technologies will be discussed. Speakers will present solutions to effectively reduce pesticide use for an agricultural model which is safer both for environment and our health, and which can provide a more stable future for farmers.
For eight years, the Pesticide Action Network (PAN Europe), the International Biocontrol Manufacturers Association (IBMA) and the International Organisation for Biological Control (IOBC) have been organising symposia on pesticide reduction in Brussels. In 2020, their symposium is going local!
If you are interested in the event, have a look at the programme and register here.

Register now for the Organic World Congress
21-27 September, Rennes, France

Registration for the 20th Organic World Congress 2020 (OWC) is open!

To benefit from the early bird discount, we invite you to register by March 25.Held in France for the 2020 edition, the OWC is the largest organic gathering and is organized in cooperation with one or more national organic organizations: an event by the organic movement, for the organic movement.

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