Agrifood Podcast Special Edition: Knowledge (sharing) is power

Episode 86 February 28, 2022 00:18:30
Agrifood Podcast Special Edition: Knowledge (sharing) is power
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In this special edition of the agrifood podcast, EURACTIV’s agrifood team takes a closer look at knowledge sharing in the agricultural sector - why is this so important, what challenges do farmers face in exchanging information on innovative approaches, and what projects already exist to help them overcome these? To dig deeper into the topic, we are joined by agroecological farmer Klarien Klingen, who is the co-founder of agroecological farmers association Toekomstboeren, Alice Minichini from the EU’s young farmers’ association CEJA, Ilias Sousis, CEO of WikiFarmer and DG AGRI’s Inge van Hoost.

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