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EU-FarmBook, is a Horizon Europe project that is working at regional, national, and European level, to build a Digital Platform, gathering and sharing agriculture and forestry knowledge, based on a co-creation approach and built on EURAKNOS and EUREKA outputs. The EU-FarmBook Platform will soon be a reality.
EU-FarmBook Platform Launch
Launch of the first version of the EU-FarmBook Platform.Dec 2023
EU-FarmBook will produce a facilitation toolkit, providing the Ambassadors with clear tools and guidelines, that enable them to play their role as connectors between the project and external stakeholders.Dec 2023
EU-FarmBook will launch a series of webcasts, presenting other multi-actor projects, and exploring their possible relation with the EU-FarmBook Platform.Nov 2023
The project will conduct extensive and iterative user testing on the first version of the EU-FarmBook Platform.Nov 2023
Based on the inputs from the Platform Day, the project will produce a manual for external stakeholders, on how to upload data and knowledge objects to the EU-FarmBook Platform.May 2023
Guidelines for Knowledge Objects Producers
Based on the inputs from Platform Day, the project will produce a set of guidelines for external stakeholders on how to provide data and knowledge objects that are interoperable with the EU-FarmBook Platform.Apr 2023
EU-FarmBook will host an Internal Ambassadors Training event, in Paris, France, gathering figures that will be key in connecting the project with relevant external stakeholders.Mar 2023
EU-FarmBook will launch its first newsletter, in collaboration with the projects ATTRACTISS, modernAKIS and PREMIERE.Mar 2023
The project will host an event in Brussels, Belgium, to optimise the interoperability of digital knowledge sharing between EU-FarmBook and other Horizon Europe projects, the CAP-Network and National Networks, as well as to foster the digital community.Feb 2023
EU-FarmBook hosted an online workshop, to access the state of play of digital knowledge reservoirs for practice, at national and regional levels.Jan 2023
EU-FarmBook partners met for the first time in person, in the city of Florence, Italy.Oct 2022
The EU-FarmBook project officially started.Aug 2022
ENAJ organizes press trip on innovations for wineries and farms
Agricultural journalists are actors in the ecosystem of agricultural innovation communication and therefore important for EU-FarmBook. EU-FarmBook supports the activities of the European Network of Agricultural Journalists (ENAJ), because journalists play an important role in the most relevant target groups of EU-FarmBook, such as farmers, advisors and decision makers. ENAJ is the umbrella organization of…
Study: Information needs, preferences, and information behaviour of European farmers, foresters and advisors
The problem-solving strategies of primary sector practitioners rely largely on online resources. This is a main result of a study conducted by researchers of the EU EUREKA project in 2020.
Consortium of EU-FarmBook meets in Tallin: Platform will soon be ready for uploads
EU-FarmBook will soon be ready for uploads, resolved the project consortium during their June meeting in Tallinn. All efforts will be concentrated on informing potential contributors. The Centre of Estonian Rural Research and Knowledge (METK), who hosted the meeting, was the first Agricultural Knowledge and Innovation System (AKIS) in Europe to announce their commitment. Minister…