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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
eTomato is an initiative of 10 partners from 4 European countries aimed at creating an educational offer for easing the uptake of new business practices respecting the Multifunctional Agriculture (MA) framework, particularly in the domains of Social and Didactic Agriculture, Rural Tourism and Short Food [...]
The kick off meeting of eTomato Project 21-22/11/2018 Participants: - University of Foggia (UniFg), represented by Francesco Contò and Gianlugi De Pascale - Agricultural University of Plovdiv (AUP), represented by Stela Todorova and Georgi Stoyornov - University of Granada (UGR), represented by Francisco Antonio Navarro [...]
- 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?