2ND PLATFORM ITALY

SECOND NATIONAL STAKEHOLDER PLATFORM IN ITALY

Last first september the 4CE-MED Italian Stakeholder Platform included 17 members, (farmers, farmer advisors, regional policy makers and farmer associations). In particular, eight  were women, and eight  young people. The participants of the Platform represented different geographical areas of Italy, from the North to the South. Main outcomes of the National Stakeholder Platform held in…

MULTISTAKEHOLDER PLATFORM IN TUNISIA

In Tunisia, most of the agricultural areas are intended to cereals crops and arboriculture. Crop rotation is still limited and not well diversified; it is practically limited to legumes. 4CE-MED project is working to develop new innovative, diversified and resilient Mediterranean agricultural systems. In this context, Camelina sativa will be tested during the project under…

national panel in Spain

SECOND MEETING OF THE SPANISH NATIONAL PANEL

The 4CE-MED project brings together the national panel in Spain to evaluate the Camelina trials. Partners of the European 4CE-MED project held the second meeting of the Spanish national panel on 14th September 2021, which brought together representatives of Agri-food Cooperatives of Spain, Camelina Company Spain (CCE), Agrovegetal, IMIDRA (Madrid Institute for Rural, Agricultural and…

THE 4CE-MED PROJECT WILL COLLABORATE WITH THE ALCAMANCHA COOPERATIVE

Cooperativas Agro-alimentarias de España and Cereales Alcamancha S.Coop. have reached an agreement whereby this cooperative will collaborate for the next two years with the 4CE-MED project to promote the adoption of camelina and conservation agriculture in the Alcarria area of Cuenca. In this sense, the cooperative will organise, in collaboration with Cooperativas Agro-alimentarias de España,…

Photo Arvalis Cameline

SETTING UP THE 4CE-MED PROJECT IN FRANCE

Arvalis – Institut du Végétal is the French partner in the 4CE-MED project, which aims to develop new Mediterranean farming systems that are innovative, diversified and resilient. These systems will be based on conservation agriculture practices and will include camelina, a heat- and drought-tolerant oil and protein crop with very promising agronomic and economic potential,…

Local multi-stakeholder platforms

Local Multi-Stakeholder Platforms (LMSP) perspectives exchange in Mediterranean countries

In the first stage of the 4CE-MED project, under the work package 1 “Local Multi-Stakeholder Platforms (LMSP)” have been launched with the aim to locally co-design the optimal tailor-made solutions including Camelina Sativa as a cash cover crop for the Mediterranean environments. The local boards will include in each country long-term CA adopters who will…