The partners of eTOMATO believe that at the very basis of a successful project lies its capability to understand the scenario of their operational work, and to efficiently undertake actions within it. eTOMATO has been inspired by the recent matters of “KM O”, or Short [...]
We have shared the news of a focus group among University students previously in our social media: that eTOMATO has in fact organized a data collection on the themes of multifunctional agriculture. Questions on what MA means and what it should mean have been addressed [...]
Another partner of the eTOMATO project is La Junquera, in the Murcia province in the south of Spain, where the sunlight and the enthusiasm abound. La Junquera farm works together with the students of the Regeneration Academy on the ways it is possible to accomplish [...]
In a previous article we discussed what is about the funding of eTOMATO, and the Erasmus+ programme. But what about those actors making the project come to life? One is the Italian Masseria Redenta: an educational farm which environment is ideal to allow all those [...]
If you ever asked yourself which institution does finance a project for e-learning boosting innovation in the multifunctional agriculture sector and why, you will be interested in reading this article. Let us start by saying the eTOMATO is a project financed in the framework of [...]
In our current society, we are forced to live fast. Capacity to adapt and transform is needed to follow the quick changes of politics and technology, of our society and thus markets. But where does this speediness come from? Partially, from consumers: it is of [...]
- Adapting to real needs: eTOMATO, SFSCs, and the Apulia Regional Legislation
- eTOMATO 2nd Focus Group: academia and stakeholders of the agri-food scenarios
- The way eTOMATO partners make use of multifunctionality: the example of La Junquera (ES)
- Masseria Redenta: how do eTOMATO partners look like?
- But.. how was eTOMATO financed?