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The final FARMLAND conference

The final FARMLAND conference of Leonardo da Vinci Project “FARMLAND- Farm Activities for Rural Model Learning And Nature Didactics”

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FARMLAND Project Conference in Brussels

On Thursday 7 May 2015, the FARMLAND Project Consortium held a conference organised by CEJA, European Council of Young Farmers, at the International Auditorium in Brussels, Belgium. The conference focused on “School farms, didactic activities and social services as new work opportunities in rural areas” and identified prospects for transfers of innovation, development of social farming and new job opportunities, specifically for young people and women in rural areas interested in employing didactic activities on their farms.

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3rd partners meeting in Timisoara

The third partners meeting of  Leonardo da Vinci Project FARMLAND- Farm Activities for Rural Model Learning And Nature Didactics took place on 5th-6th November 2014 in Timisoara, Romania. There were representatives of: Agricoltura e Vita Associazione - Italy, European Council of Young Farmers CEJA – Belgium, Instytut Zootechniki  IZOO – Poland, Centrum Doradztwa Rolniczego Branch in Krakow – Poland, the host of the meeting- Comunitatea Pentru Invatarea Permanenta CPIP – Romania and the new Partner from Spain- ASAJA Granada.

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The 2nd FARMLAND Partners Meeting in Cracow

Second Partners Meeting of Leonardo da Vinci Project Farmland -Farm Activities for Rural Model Learning And Nature Didactics was held on 26th – 27th June 2014 in Cracow. There were representatives of: Agricoltura e Vita Associazione - Italy, European Council of Young Farmers CEJA – Belgium, Instytut Zootechniki  IZOO – Poland, Comunitatea Pentru Invatarea Permanenta CPIP – Romania and Centrum Doradztwa Rolniczego Branch in Krakow – Poland, the project leader and host of the meeting.

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Kick Off Meeting in Rome

Project “Farm Activities for Rural Model Learning And Nature Didactics  - FARMLAND” is implemented in a frame of EU Lifelong Learning Programme Leonardo da Vinci Transfer of Innovation. Project has duration of 24 month (November 2013 – October 2015) and  is carried out by the consortium of 6 partners form 5 EU countries.