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Call for an agronomist to support farmers in their transition towards regenerative agriculture

We are looking for an agronomist, one-person company from Poland to support farmers in their transition towards regenerative agriculture in Central and Eastern Europe.

03 Jun 2022
EIT Food North-East

As part of its mission to make food systems healthier and more sustainable, EIT Food has created the Regenerative Agriculture Revolution, one of whose main aims is to help farmers in Southern and Central Eastern Europe learn about and transition to more sustainable methods of agriculture. We have focused on farmers in these regions because they have been disproportionately hurt by climate change and conventional agricultural practices and are suffering from impoverished soils, water scarcity, erosion, lack of biodiversity and lower yields. These environmental problems have been aggravated by the high cost of agriculture inputs, low food prices and increased debt, all of which have left farmers struggling for their financial survival.

We currently are looking for an agronomist, one-person company to support farmers in their transition towards regenerative agriculture in Central and Eastern Europe.

Eligible applicants are:

Agronomist firms registered in Poland, irrespective of a legal form of their activity.

Selection process

Interested and eligible candidates are invited to submit their applications by 20 June 2022, 5 pm CEST, using the attached Application Form (documents can be downloaded below). Please send the electronic version of the application, based on the attached template, to: monika.linkowska@eitfood.eu

Deadline for applications: 20.06.2022, 5 pm CEST.

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