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ReMIX H2020 - Intercrops

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

ReMIX at EUFRAS General Assembly
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ReMIX was presented at the "Challenges for agricultural advisory after 2020" conference, EUFRAS General Assembly, held on 21-22 February 2018 in Warsaw (Poland)

The "Challenges for agricultural advisory after 2020" conference was held together with the EUFRAS General Assembly on 21-22 February 2018 in Warsaw (Poland). Approx. 150 participants took part in the meeting, including farmers, agricultural advisors, government authorities, chambers of agriculture, private entities and EUFRAS representatives.

The conference was aimed at sharing the knowledge and experience on the ongoing and future activities concerning the agricultural advisory services in Europe. It was focused on the topics of Improvement of agricultural advisory services efficiency through using various tools, methods and IT technology, as well as the issue of financial support for advisory services and knowledge innovation transfer within the framework of the Rural Development Program Proposals for solutions in new financial perspective.

During the conference, a plenary session dedicated to the implementation of projects under the Horizon 2020 and INTERREG programs was held, combined with a poster session presenting the objectives, goals and the first results of the implemented projects.

During the session, Director Henryk Skornicki - the Agricultural Advisory Center representative presented the basic information about the ReMIX project and explained the importance of its implementation in the context of improving the operation of agricultural production and possible advisory activities.