Off to market: but which one? Understanding the participation of small-scale farmers in short food supply chains

Some research has identified the elements that impact the importance small-scale farmers attach to different marketing channels of short food supply chains. In other words, which farmers choose which markets to seel their produce. In this research, two entirely different types of markets that are considered are: “conventional” markets, with no restrictions on locality, where the farmer-market relationship is based on binding contracts, and “farmers’ markets” where only local farmers can sell ad hoc, and where they use [...]

2019-03-22T18:40:19+02:00March 22nd, 2019|News, Universities|

The University of Granada hosting a workshop on multifunctionality

Today, March 18th, a seminar on Multifunctionality in Agriculture as part of the eTOMATO project has been carried out with the students of the fourth-year course in the class "Planning and Management of Rural Spaces" belonging to the Degree in Geography and Territorial Management. In this activity the analysis, debate and discussion on the multifunctional possibilities for agricultural holdings has been developed. Are those capable of generating, jointly, products for the market directly rewarding the farmer,  and other [...]

2019-03-22T18:14:11+02:00March 18th, 2019|News, Universities|

The state of the art of multifunctional farming in Bulgaria

Multifunctional agriculture is a tendency, which is developing intensely and is gaining followers in Europe, as well as all over the world. The scope of activities is constantly expanding, as well as the forms, under which its functioning is organized. The positive results, which are observed in practicing multifunctional farming in more advanced in this relation countries, give the grounds to be expected that this experience will find its way in Bulgaria, enabling to solve or at least [...]

2019-03-11T12:17:20+02:00March 7th, 2019|News, Universities|