EU-FarmBook: Join the Digital Revolution in Agriculture!

"EU-FarmBook Launches Online Platform to Revolutionize Agriculture and Forestry Knowledge Sharing"

The EU-FarmBook, a Horizon Europe funded project, has officially launched its online platform, inviting Horizon Europe project coordinators to share their practice-oriented materials. The aim of the EU-FarmBook is to create a digital space for the exchange of knowledge and expertise in the field of agriculture and forestry at both national and European levels. The platform, which is set to be interactive and multilingual, promises to make knowledge easily accessible and reusable. With 29 partners from 18 countries, the project is expected to run from 2022 to 2029.

To mark the pre-launch of the EU-FarmBook, a live broadcast will be held on February 8th from the European Forum for Agricultural and Rural Advisory Services (EUFRAS) studio in Latvia. The event will be available online through the EU-FarmBook website and YouTube channel. The pre-launch event will include a platform presentation and showcase, insights for project coordinators, and a glimpse into future developments.

Pieter Spanoghe, the coordinator of the EU-FarmBook and a professor for Crop Protection Chemistry at Ghent University, expressed his excitement about the pre-launch event. He stated, “The pre-launch event will give a first insight into the new platform, and our technical team will demonstrate the upload process, its current features, and future improvements.” The event will also feature the project management explaining the importance and benefits of the EU-FarmBook, along with Natalia Brzezina, a policy officer from the European Commission. The focus of the event will be on improving knowledge exchange and maximizing impact.

Following the pre-launch, EU-FarmBook ambassadors will provide support to project coordinators in their respective Member States, assisting them in contributing to the platform. This collaborative effort will ensure that the EU-FarmBook becomes a valuable resource for the agricultural and forestry communities across Europe.

The EU-FarmBook is an exciting initiative that has the potential to revolutionize the way knowledge is shared and accessed in the agricultural and forestry sectors. By creating a user-friendly platform that is available in multiple languages, the EU-FarmBook aims to facilitate collaboration and foster innovation. With the support of 29 partners from 18 countries, the project is well-positioned to make a significant impact in the coming years.

The pre-launch event on February 8th will provide a preview of what the EU-FarmBook has to offer. Project coordinators and stakeholders will have the opportunity to witness the platform’s functionalities and learn about future developments. This event will also highlight the importance of the EU-FarmBook in promoting knowledge exchange and maximizing the impact of agricultural and forestry practices.

The EU-FarmBook’s online platform will serve as a hub for sharing practice-oriented materials, allowing project coordinators to contribute their valuable insights and experiences. By making knowledge findable, accessible, interoperable, and reusable (FAIR), the EU-FarmBook aims to create a dynamic and collaborative environment for the agriculture and forestry communities. The project’s long-term vision and commitment to sustainability are evident in its nine-year duration, ensuring that the platform continues to evolve and meet the changing needs of its users.

The EU-FarmBook’s pre-launch event is an opportunity for project coordinators, policymakers, and stakeholders to come together and contribute to the success of this groundbreaking initiative. With the support of EU-FarmBook ambassadors, project coordinators in each Member State will be guided in their contributions to the platform, ensuring a diverse range of knowledge and expertise.

As the EU-FarmBook takes its first steps towards becoming a leading platform for agricultural and forestry knowledge, it is clear that this project has the potential to transform the way information is shared and utilized in these sectors. By harnessing the power of digital technology and collaboration, the EU-FarmBook aims to drive innovation and sustainable practices in European agriculture and forestry.

Matt Lyons

Matt Lyons

Matt Lyons is the founder of Forestry & Carbon. Matt has over 25 years as a forestry consultant and is invoilved in numerous carbon credit offset projects.

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