LIFE AgroForAdapt project (LIFE20 CCA/ES/001682; 10/2021 – 09/2026) is financed by the LIFE Programme of the European Union

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  • Seminar on agroecology and agroforestry systems in Soria - 20 May
    On 20 May we are organising in Soria, in collaboration with Asociación Hacendera, a conference on agroecological practices "For a Viable Agriculture and a Living Land in Soria". In addition to the AgroForAdapt project, the consulting companies Sustraiak Habitat Design and Sorbus Bosques Multifuncionales, as well as nine farmers who have been applying agroecology practices (regenerative, organic, conservation, agroforestry […]
  • Monitoring biodiversity on agroforestry plots - France
    Over the next three years, a variety of monitoring activities will be carried out in pilot sites in the Mediterranean context: monitoring of biodiversity (ornithological, pollinators, flora), monitoring of carbon sequestration, and monitoring of the microclimate of agroforestry plots. With the arrival of spring and the first flowers, our "Initiations Ornitho" specialists will travel around […]
  • Third newsletter (April 2023) online
    The third edition of the biannual newsletter AgroForAdapt is now available. In this issue we show the progress in the implementation of the project's demonstration agroforestry systems, the experimental monitoring protocols, the Community of Agroforestry Systems and Mixed Farming in Spanish and various conferences and trainings in which we have participated or are planning to […]
  • Professional training for agroforestry technicians - France
    In what contexts can agroforestry be applied? What are the issues for a municipality or a territory?The integration of trees into an agricultural system raises agronomic, technical, administrative, legislative and social questions. Agroforestry touches on several themes, with specific stakeholder games and issues.Agroforestry can be a lever on a territory to meet several environmental challenges […]
  • The agreement to facilitate the actions within Can Colomer estate is ready
    The Baix Llobregat Regional Council (CCBL), owner of “Can Colomer” estate in Sant Climent de Llobregat (Barcelona), has reached an agreement with GEDI cooperative through an authorization for public domain use. GEDI is a non-profit, social cooperative of associated work. Within the framework of LIFE AgroForAdapt project, and with the technical supervision of the Forest […]