eTOMATO Project Meeting in Granada: Working in Cooperation and Enjoyment

On the last Wednesday the 2nd and Thursday the 3rd of October 2019, all the partners of the eTOMATO project have been reunited in a new meeting in the city of Granada, Spain hosted in the premises of the Faculty of Literature of the University of Granada. The room for the meeting has been in Human Geography Department. The meeting has started with a welcome speech from the Head of Department, Professor Eugenio Cejudo: the next [...]

2019-10-15T11:10:10+01:00October 15th, 2019|News, UGR, Universities|

What’s Next in the eTOMATO project?

The next eTOMATO project meeting will be in Granada, and those days will be used to execute further dissemination events. During the days Wednesday 2nd October and Thursday 3rd October, all the partners of the eTOMATO project will meet at the University of Granada in Spain. During that event, the following work packages will be focal to the work and discussion: Work package 1: Multifunctional agriculture need analysis and identikit of MA practitioners; Work package 2: Elaboration of [...]

2019-10-11T18:14:41+01:00August 31st, 2019|News, UGR, Universities|

Surveys, Focus Groups, and Data Collection in eTOMATO: Some Initial Results

The University of Granada (UGR), together with the universities of Foggia (Italy), Ghent (Belgium) and Plovdiv (Bulgaria), is implementing the Work Package 1 of the e-TOMATO project, which aims to recognize and identify learning needs in multifunctional agriculture, to later implement a training course on the subject. In this initial phase, three different profiles have been identified as working groups: university students related to the territory, agriculture, the environment and tourism disciplines; business, social and academic experts related [...]

2019-10-11T18:18:41+01:00May 20th, 2019|News, UGR, 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 [...]

2019-10-11T17:42:46+01:00March 18th, 2019|News, UGR, Universities|