Farming in the EU is essential to livelihoods and local development while facing many challenges such as limited resources and growing environmental challenges posed by climate change and the related impact of human activity. Market Gardening could be a solution towards this problem by revisiting reliable traditional methods of agricultural production improved through decades of advancement and combined with modern techniques. AGRETAIN aims to develop and deliver an innovative approach for teaching market gardening, by developing specific learning resources addressing students, neo farmers and farming practitioners.
Grand Agreement Number:
To be anounced
Funded by: Erasmus +
Coordinated by: Technological University of the Shannon: Midlands Midwest, Ireland
Duration: 01/01/2024 - 31/12/2026 (3 years)
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