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…

Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique de Tunisie


INRAT : Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique de Tunisie is the only Tunisian 4CE-MED partner. Within the framework of the project, trials were conducted in Kef experimental station of INRA Tunisia under conventional and conservation agriculture conditions. Camelina grew very well despite the severe condition of Kef region.

4CE-MED partners


    4CE-MED partners are pleased to present this video as a summary of that amazing initiative that is taking palce in the Mediterranean Area. The 4CE-MED consortium was conceived in order to follow a multi-actor approach. The consortium includes 11 partners from 7 different PRIMA countries (Geographic Area PRIMA): 4 EU (MED-EU) and 3 non-EU (MED),…

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…