On behalf of the organizers: The University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn and The Warmia and Mazury Agricultural Advisory Center Located in Olsztyn, we cordially invite you to join us during our event:
Presentation of good agricultural practices – workshop and showcases which will take place between March 28 and March 29, 2023 in Olsztyn and in the Warmińsko-Mazurskie region
The first part will be “Good agricultural practices – technologies, value chains, policies” workshop (in-person and on-line participation) which will be held March 28, 2023 in Hotel HP Park, Al. Warszawska 119, 10-701 Olsztyn.
Next, also March 28, 2023 study field trip to QUERCUS machines show case will be held.
During the second event day, i.e. March 29, 2023 there will be organized a study visit to municipal heating plant in Frombork with field demonstration of Miscanthus harvesting.
The event is held within the scope of BRANCHES (Boosting Rural Bioeconomy Networks following multi-actor approaches) – the EU-funded research project.
The event is addressed to practitioners running their business on rural areas, economic activities, associations, R&D units and local self government.
The aim of the event is to disseminate knowledge on local innovative solutions in the field of biomass value chains and renewable energy sources of high implementation potential on rural areas. The meeting will also facilitate determination of drivers and barriers of innovations implementation on rural areas.
The workshop part is hybrid, with both in-person and on-line participation. We particularly encourage you to join us in person and if this is not possible – to participate on-line. Regardless of form, please register your participation in the event.
Attention! Study visits attendance list is limited – order of registration decides.
We also encourage you to join National BIOECONOMY Network Poland – NBN PL established within the scope of BRANCHES project: http://nbnpl.uwm.edu.pl/
NBN PL aims at cooperation with entities implementing innovative activities on rural areas, promotion and dissemination of best practices in the field of bioeconomy implemented on rural areas through:
- Supporting knowledge transfer and encouraging innovations
- Sharing knowledge
- Networking and facilitating engagement as well as increasing project opportunities for participants