Sustainable adaptation of typical EU farming systems to climate change

AgriAdapt is a European project sponsored by the LIFE programme of the European Union.

It will demonstrate how sustainable adaptation measures can help livestock, arable and permanent crop farms become more climate resilient. It will also explore the other positive environmental benefits of these measures. Partners will develop actions in close collaboration with farmers, experts, administrations, agricultural schools and private entities in order to obtain transferrable results.

Project implementation is organized in accordance with the four main EU Climate Risk Regions: Southern Europe, Western Europe, Central Europe and Northern Europe.

Vineyards in Estonia’s volatile climate and production conditions

In current video Professor Kadri Karp, expert of LIFE AgriAdapt project from the Chair of Horticulture of the Estonian University of Life Sciences gives an overview about problems of grape growers from the Nordic countries. She explains how...

Practical Workshop “Fruit cultivation in climate change”

In December, the Lake Constance Foundation together with the local fruit marketing organisations Marktgemeinschaft Bodensee (MaBo) and WOG (Württembergische Obstgenossenschaft Raiffeisen eG) organised a workshop on a fruit growing farm. Farmers,...

Discovering INRA’s unique phenotyping robot

INRA, the French national institute for agricultural research, is the owner of an extraordinary robot. Its mission? Scan plants in order to better understand their characteristics and development processes. On November 21st, AgriAdapt partners were invited to visit...

50 participants visited M. Patenotre’s farm to discuss climate adaptation

On October 3d, 2018, 50 participants took part in a visit of one of the AgriAdapt pilot farms in France. Located near Troyes, in the heart of France’s granary, Bertrand Patenotre’s farm produces a variety of crops and has a small sheep herd (which is rather unusual in...

Training courses as part of the LIFE project AgriAdapt

On the 25th October 2018 the Lake Constance Foundation was invited to present facts on climate change at a training event of the Advisory Service for Organic Agriculture (BÖL) in Deckenpfronn, Baden-Württemberg. The Lake Constance Foundation explained the...

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