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On this page, you can find the latest news from the ReMIX project on multi-actor approaches, species mixtures, intercrops and many more!
First multi-actor workshop in the West France MAP

First multi-actor workshop in the West France MAP

On June 12th, TERRENA held in Ancenis the first workshop at the West France multi-actor platform.
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1st annual meeting of ReMIX at TERRENA cooperative in Ancenis

Over 60 researchers from 11 European countries gathered in Ancenis (France) at the TERRENA cooperative for the 1st annual meeting of the European project ReMIX

Researchers met from 15th to the 17th May 2018 at the TERRENA cooperative premises in Ancenis (France) for taking stock of the activities carried out...
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Abstracts of the Eucarpia Symposium Breeding for Diversification

The abstracts of the Eucarpia Symposium Breeding for Diversification are now available
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Three co-design workshops have been held in the South West French Multi-actor platform

Three co-design workshops held in the South West French Multi-actor platform

The workshops took place on the last week of April and the first week of May 2018 with farmers in the French Departments of Haute-Garonne and Tarn et...
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First workshop in the German MAP

The first workshop of the German MAP was held on April 14th
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Seminar on co-designing multi-actor platforms

Seminar on co-designing multi-actor platforms

On February 27th and 28th, AgroParisTech hosted a 2 day seminar with Multi-actor platform leaders
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ReMIX at EUFRAS General Assembly

ReMIX at "Challenges for agricultural advisory after 2020" conference / EUFRAS General Assembly

ReMIX was presented at the "Challenges for agricultural advisory after 2020" conference, EUFRAS General Assembly, held on 21-22 February 2018 in...
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Scientists from INRA, AUTH, SLU, INRA, CAU were hosted by Wageningen University.

WP2 workshop in Wageningen

A 2.5 days workshop took place in Wageningen university to prepare the Deliverable "Knowledge synthesis on species interactions"
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The EU-wide survey on the use of species mixtures by farmers has kicked off

The survey will be conducted by MAP partners in their own language and will allow diagnosing the current use of species mixtures by farmers in...
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Symposium on Breeding for Diversification

The Symposium on "Breeding for Diversification" will be organized by the EUCARPIA Section Organic & Low-input Agriculture, ECO-PB, DIVERSify,...
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