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Article de revue
Petit vade-mecum de l’agriculture familiale en Europe

Étude de cas: Hongrie, Irlande, Portugal, Roumanie
L’agriculture familiale est le modèle d’exploitation le plus répandu en Europe. À ce titre, elle  assure depuis des siècles la prospérité du secteur. L’ambitieux cadre stratégique mis en place par l’Union européenne a été conçu pour tenir compte des différents modèles d’agriculture qui coexistent sur son territoire, en ce compris...
Hungary - Ireland - Portugal - Romania
2013

Rapport
Organic Ambitions Scotland’s Organic Action Plan 2016-2020

The Organic Action Plan is a welcome tool in exploring the fantastic trade opportunities that exist for organic food and drink in Scotland. As a wholesaler we can see the demand that exists for organic produce within Scotland. The Organic Action Plan will provide a platform to ensure that in...
Ireland
2019

Allocution
IIMRO: PR on the Heritage License

LIFE members from Ireland – the Irish Islands Marine Resource Organisation launch a campaign to ask decision-makers to support a groundbreaking Heritage License Bill that would allow to allocate a small percentage of the Irish national quota to the islands’ fishers, thus preventing island populations from dwindling.
Ireland
2018

Vidéos
The Happy Pear Living Foods Farm

Darragh Flynn (27) started the Happy Pear Living Foods Farm 4 years ago in 2009. He now grows wheatgrass and many different types of sprouts, like beans, sunflower, chickpeas, alfafa, leaks, etc. Darragh delivers all over Ireland and shows us that even without land, it is possible to set up...
Ireland
2017 - Future Farmers in the Spotlight

Article de blog
Inspirational ideas: Staying in tune with farm performance

Teagasc (Ireland) has developed an online benchmarking tool to help Irish farmers identify the areas which need improvement on their farm. Dairy, cattle, sheep, tillage and pig enterprises can use the “eProfit Monitor” to analyse key financial and physical data from their farm and compare this to results from other...
Ireland
2017 - EIP-Agri

Article
With Fair Access to Fisheries, Irish Island Communities Could Thrive

The geographical isolation of islands makes them highly dependent on the resources available within their localities, especially fisheries resources. The right to fish, and to access fishery resources are prerequisite to the prosperity and very survival of such island communities.
Ireland
2017 - Low Impact Fishers of Europe

Vidéos
Future farmers in Europe

"Go for it. Choose the rural alternative. Reclaim the fields!" All around Europe, young urban people with no agricultural background decide to start a farm, often using principles of agroecology and community supported agriculture. Despite the many difficulties these new farmers face, their practices are innovative, viable and sustainable. Representing...
France - Germany - Ireland - Netherlands
2017 - Cultivate!

Vidéos
Farming Nature: Ireland - Community and Conservation on Achill Island

Filmed on Achill Island in September 2015 this video highlights the Natura 2000 habitats Machair Grassland and Upland Heath, both present on the Island. Supporting the type of traditional extensive farming that is practiced here is essential for maintaining these habitats. Taking a more targeted approach to agri-environment schemes can...
Ireland
2016 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

Rapport
New entrants into farming

A collection of short examples of initiatives/projects related to new entrants into farming (mostly small scale)
Belgium - Bulgaria - Czechia - European Union - Finland - France - Germany - Hungary - Ireland - Italy - Netherlands - Slovakia - Spain - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
2016 - EIP-AgRI Agriculture & Innovation

Article de blog
New study seeks to identify needs of EU young farmers

Nearly 61% of EU young farmers consider the availability of land for purchase and 57% the availability of land for rent as the most difficult challenges they face, often due to issues such as land ownership laws, inheritance rules and land prices, according to a new external report published by...
Austria - Belgium - Bulgaria - Croatia - Cyprus - Czechia - Estonia - European Union - Finland - France - Germany - Greece - Hungary - Ireland - Italy - Latvia - Luxembourg - Malta - Netherlands - Poland - Portugal - Romania - Slovakia - Slovenia - Spain - Sweden - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
2016 - European Commission

Fiche d'information
INVESTING in Ireland's agriculture 2014-2020

In the period to 2020, the new CAP will invest EUR 10.7 billion in Ireland's farming sector and rural areas, with additional co-financing from the Irish authorities. Key political priorities have been defined at European level such as: jobs and growth, sustainability, modernisation, innovation and quality. At the same time,...
Ireland
2016 - European Commission

Vidéos
CORK 2.0 - European Conference on Rural Development

Exactly 20 years after the ground-breaking European Conference on Rural Development in Cork, which concluded with the signing of theCork Declaration on Rural Development, EU Commissioner for Agriculture & Rural Development Phil Hogan is pleased to announce that the European Commission is organising a second European Conference on Rural Development...
Ireland
2016 - European Commission

Événement
Cork 2.0: European Conference on Rural Development

The Conference aims to bring together 250 or so stakeholders in order to discuss current and future challenges of farming and rural areas, as well as potential policy responses. The Commission will start inviting policy makers, NGOs, members of academia and other interested parties in the coming weeks.  
Ireland
2016 - European Commission

Article
Organic Demonstration Farm Walks 2014 - 2015

A nationwide series of national organic farming open days will take place from Summer 2014 to Spring 2015. Teagasc, the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine, and organic organisations invite all interested to see organic farming in practice and to meet and speak with the producers and sector’s experts....
Ireland
2015 - Teagasc, the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine

Rapport
Proposal for a Locally-led, Results-Based Agri-environment Payment Scheme (RBAPS) for the Blackstairs Mountains

A report for the Blackstairs Farming Group
In 2015,  the Blackstairs Farming Group, inspired by the opportunity set out in the  Irish  Rural Development Plan (RDP) for 2014-20, took the lead and looked for help in designing a results-based agro-environment payment scheme (RBAPS) tailored    to their local area. They secured financial support from the Heritage Council and...
Ireland
2015 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

Divers
Families – The Entrepreneurs of the Countryside

This brochure presents eight case studies showcasing the role of European farming families as resilient, rural entrepreneurs in the context of the UN International year of Family Farming (IYFF) (2014). It is clear within the IYFF that family farming as a global political objective refers to a sub-set of family-owned...
France - Germany - Hungary - Ireland - Poland - Spain - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
2015 - European Land Owners

Rapport
Pilot project: Exchange programmes for young farmers

The analysis of survey responses shows that young farmers have different expectations and needs, depending on the region in which they live, the agricultural sector in which they work (intensive, extensive), their level of education, their relation to the farm (owner of the farm or not) etc. This study revealed...
Belgium - Bulgaria - Croatia - Cyprus - Czechia - Estonia - European Union - Finland - France - Germany - Greece - Hungary - Ireland - Italy - Latvia - Lithuania - Luxembourg - Malta - Netherlands - Poland - Portugal - Romania - Slovakia - Slovenia - Sri Lanka - Sweden - United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
2015 - European Commission

Rapport
Country report on the implementation of the new CAP and its possible effects on permanent pastures: IRELAND

Ireland is a single payment region on paper. However, the convergence process will not be completed by 2019 (the Department commitment is that no-one will have a payment rate below 60% of the 2019 national average by that time) and payment rates over the national average will only be reduced...
Ireland
2015 - European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism

Article de revue
The Little Milk Company: A Group Marketing Initiative by Organic Dairy Farmers

Dairy farmers generally produce either summer or winter milk, depending on their farm’s calving system, with few exceptions, where milk is produced all year round. Due to its higher production costs, especially the price of organic feed, winter milk attracts a higher price premium than summer milk. Although some organic...
Ireland
2015 - IFOAM EU Group

Site web
Agroforestry: Saving the World with Mutton and Hurleys

There are a number of threats facing small to medium sized beef farmers. Beef and sheep meat are especially vulnerable to cost-benefit analysis involving the EU. Professor Alan Matthews made a very strong case for a change in land use from livestock to forestry, based on Ireland's EU climate change commitments. Though...
Ireland
2015
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