Join the Regenerative Agriculture Day and help us scale up regenerative practices in agriculture
and present their benefits for the environment and public health 🌱
Regenerative Agriculture Day is part of the EIT Food Regenerative Agriculture Revolution Project and is open to all interested parties: farmers, farmers organizations, government agencies, NGOs and companies interested in regenerative sourcing. Among the participating countries of Central and Eastern Europe are Hungary, Poland, Bulgaria, Czech Republic and Slovakia - the hosting country of this year's event.
Regenerative Agriculture Day is organized by GREEN POINT, in cooperation with EIT Food. If you are interested in regenerative agriculture and want to learn more about this topic, don't hesitate and join this event NOW!
📆 WHEN? September 29th
📌 WHERE? Farná, Slovenia
👉 Register now! Contact Jurij Petrovič, Managing director of GREEN POINT directly via email@example.com
9.00 - 9.30 Arrival of participants
9.30 – 9.45 Welcome word (Jurij Petrovič)
9.45 – 10.45 View (experience) of a phytopathologist on systems of regenerative agriculture (Karel Říha)
10.45 – 11.00 Coffee break
11.00 – 11.30 Plans of company Nestlé in terms of Regenerative Agriculture (Martina Silhanova)
11.30 – 12.30 Lunch
12.30 – 14.00 Soil profile in long-term (10 years) of direct drilling ( Ing. Ján HALAS, PhD. )
14.00 – 15.30 Inspection of maize crops (Martin Krček, Jurij Petrovič) Comparison of soil preparation methods - strip till - conservation tillage
15.30 – 16.00 Final discussion
Please note that the final agenda may change.
What is Regenerative Agriculture Project?
With the mission to make food in Europe healthier and more sustainable, EIT Food aims to help scale up regenerative practices in agriculture and present their benefits for the environment and public health. Therefore, our network develops and brings together different actors in the food supply chain to make teaching scalable and accessible for all.
To fulfil this mission, EIT Food has launched its programme to educate farmers across Europe about how they use sustainable farming practices.
In each country involved in our regenerative agriculture project the conditions, requirements, and challenges might differ slightly. That is why we have selected and collaborated with experts and agronomists who know the field. Together we organise training and lead advisory programmes and are available for any consultancy regarding transitioning into regenerative farming.
The goal of this project is to grow the regenerative community in the CEE region.