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Agroforestry is a sustainable land management approach that integrates agricultural activities with forest growth. In the Mediterranean region, this approach increases biomass production while preventing risks like soil erosion and nitrogen loss.

Knowledge exchange on agroforestry and climate change innovations

Funded by the European Commission’s H2020 programme, the EURAKNOS Project, organised an online exchange between two H2020 Thematic Networks, AFINET and INCREDIBLE.

Agroforestry and the green architecture of the new CAP

The 4th edition of the Forestry Year in Sardinia, Italy, (originally known as Anno Forestale della Sardegna) is dedicated to EU policies...

EURAKNOS online event: Agroforestry and climate change innovations

The European Union’s H2020 Euraknos project is organising an online conference next 15th October (10:00 am - 12:00 pm CEST), coordinated by...

LIVINGAGRO: a Mediterranean project for innovating agroforestry

LIVINGAGRO is a cross-border project that addresses the challenge of knowledge and technological transfer in Mediterranean agriculture and forestry systems for achieving...

Call for PhD positions and scholarships at the University of Padova

The University of Padova in Italy invites excellent students to apply for its three-year full-time doctoral programme in Land, Environment, Resources and...

Management of community forests in Portugal: results and perspectives

On 25 January, the report on more than 700 community forest management plans was discussed at the premises of the Portuguese Federation...

Research Director position for the Agrofood Research and Technology Centre of Aragón

The Agrofood Research and Technology Centre of Aragón, Spain (CITA, in Spanish) opens a public competition to find the new Research Director...

Call for abstracts – 5th European Agroforestry Conference

The call for research abstracts to participate at the 5th European Agroforestry Conference (EURAF 2020): Agroforestry for the transition towards sustainability and...

Keyline technique for agroforestry water management

The Keyline technique is a landscaping design used to maximise water catchment and its equal redistribution. It promotes the reduction of water...
rows of agroforestry trees

AFINET will bring together agroforestry scientists and practitioners in Brussels

AgroForestry Innovation NETworks (AFINET), is a thematic network that aims to foster exchange and the knowledge transfer between scientists and practitioners in...

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New handbook on adaptive and close-to-nature forest management

A new handbook titled “Adaptive and close-to-nature management in mixed sub-humid Mediterranean forests: holm oak, chestnut, common oak and pine woods” has...

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