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La sección titulada “Recursos” contiene publicaciones y materiales multimedia archivados que guardan relación con cuestiones generales en el ámbito de la agricultura familiar.

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Anuario 2018 - Agricultura Familiar en España

EL FUTURO DE LA POLÍTICA AGRARIA COMÚN (PAC)
En la edición 2018 el Anuario de la Agricultura Familiar vuelve a acoger relevantes reflexiones de más de 40 autores y autoras representativos de distintas sensibilidades y ámbitos de estudio. También aglutina más de 300 datos estadísticos de la agricultura, la ganadería, la distribución y el consumo de alimentos en...
Spain
2018 - UPA

Boletín informativo
PEGASUS Newsletter

PEGASUS is a European research project aiming to develop innovative approaches and new ways of thinking about the way farmland and forests are managed in order to stimulate a long-lasting improvement in the provision of public goods and ecosystem services from agricultural and forest land in the EU. The PEGASUS project is already...
European Union
2018 - PEGASUS

Artículo de blog
FAO report details gender inequalities in rural Georgia

Breeding livestock, producing crops and household goods, fetching water and firewood, housework, cooking for family, looking after children, caring for the elderly and sick members of the family – this is the short list of rural women’s obligations in Georgia. However, the contribution of women to agricultural production remains invisible and...
Georgia
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Artículo de blog
Why we need small farms

Large-scale, industrial agriculture is often held up as the solution for feeding the world’s growing population. But small farms—with about 25 acres or less—along with family-run operations like Masumoto’s produce over 70 percent of the world’s food. Raising awareness of the contribution of these farmers inspired the We Feed the World...
2018 - National Geographic

Artículo
Tushuri Guda. Better Times Ahead for One of Georgia’s Oldest, Most Abused Cheeses?

Small-scale cheesemakers in Georgia have had a hard time competing with big dairy. But one special cheese is managing to fight back.
Produced in the remote mountainous region of Tusheti, Tushuri guda takes its name from the sheepskin sack in which the raw-milk cheese is traditionally ripened. The skin is turned inside out, so the wool is in direct contact with the ripening cheese. Archaeological evidence suggests that sheep cheese made in a similar...
Georgia
2018 - Slow Food

Actas de conferencia
Proceedings of the XI European Mountain Convention

From 25 to 27 September 2018, nearly 200 mountain stakeholders from all over Europe gathered in Vatra Dornei, Romania, to participate in the European Mountain Convention on “Cultural Heritage as an Engine for Creativity, Innovation and Socioeconomic Development of Mountain areas”, organised jointly by Euromontana and several Romanian organisations, including the Mountain Areas Agency and...
European Union
2018 - Euromontana

Artículo de blog
The Italian “Mountain product” logo is now available

With the release, by the Ministry, of the common logo, Italian mountain producers have now all the normative references for the use of the optional quality term “Mountain product”.
Italy
2018 - Euromontana

Artículo de blog
The world’s first international Congress on Agritourism at Eurac

Farm holidays, or agritourism for short, have been experiencing a significant increase in overnight stays for years. At the same time, it is more and more developing into a high-quality holiday offer. The striving for ever more demanding customers is to be seen quite sceptically. All too touristic structures endanger...
Italy
2018 - Euromontana

Informe
The State of Food Security and Nutrition in the World - 2018

This report monitors progress towards the targets of ending both hunger (SDG Target 2.1) and all forms of malnutrition (SDG Target 2.2), and provides an analysis of the underlying causes and drivers of observed trends. While the prevalence of undernourishment is at the forefront of monitoring hunger, the prevalence of...
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, FAO

Declaración
Cultural heritage: an asset rooted in the territory synonymous with attractiveness and the future for our mountains !

It is time to better preserve and valorise mountain cultural heritage and to turn it into a driving force for future development, to revitalise mountain areas and strengthen their attractiveness. From 25 to 27 September 2018, nearly 200 mountain stakeholders from all over Europe gathered in Vatra Dornei, Romania, to participate...
European Union
2018 - Euromontana

Artículo de blog
A new brochure of inspiring examples of social innovation in mountain areas!

SIMRA’s fourth brochure collecting examples of social innovation in marginalised rural areas has just been published. This collection of brochures aims at concretely illustrating social innovation through the presentation of local on-going initiatives throughout Europe and the Mediterranean basin, taking turns addressing different marginalized rural areas. This brochure addresses mountain...
2018 - Euromontana

Artículo de blog
A new EP study on the impact of wolves on farmers in rural regions of Europe has been published

In the context of the recent recolonization of many European areas by large carnivores, the European Parliament has commissioned a study presenting the state of play in EU Member States. The study gathers the most recent data available on large carnivores’ populations in the EU’s Member States, evaluates the impact...
2018 - Euromontana

Artículo de blog
Romania has a new Mountain Law!

On Thursday 19 July 2018, the Romanian President signed the decree passing the Mountain Law. Long awaited by the Romanian mountain communities, the law comes to regulate the ways to protect and develop the mountain area in an inclusive and sustainable manner, through: valorizing the human and natural resources, increasing the...
Romania
2018 - Euromontana

Artículo de blog
Valorisation of Mountain Products in Lombardy

ERSAF, the Italian regional agency for agriculture and forestry services, who has been collaborating with Euromontana for many years for the promotion and valorisation of mountain products, started an experimental project, with the Lombardy Region, to implement the use of the optional quality scheme for “mountain products” in some of its...
Italy
2018 - Euromontana

Artículo de blog
Social innovation in the Balkans: a new brochure of examples now available

SIMRA has just released its third brochure collecting examples of social innovation in marginalised rural areas in the Balkan peninsula. The focus of the SIMRA project is on the European Union and the Mediterranean area, including the Balkan Peninsula in South-East Europe which includes both countries which are Member States of...
2018 - Euromontana

Boletín informativo
Boletín de Noticias Fontagro: "Innovación para la agricultura familiar". Enero-Febrero 2018

La secretaría de Fontagro (Mecanismo de Cooperación entre países de América Latina y el Caribe y España) realizó un boletín donde presenta las actividades realizadas durante los primeros meses del año, con información sobre novedades y plataformas cofinanciadas, que está dedicado especialmente a Agricultura Familiar.  
2018 - Fontagro

Acto
1st World Congress on Agritourism

Agritourism offers farmers the possibility of diversifying and generating additional income through on-farm touristic activities in order to help supplementing their low agricultural income. This helps to maintain the viability of active farms and rural communities. The more general understanding of agritourism states that agritourism activities support and promote agricultural...
Italy
2018 - EURAC

Artículo de blog
FAO’s novel wild boar map could help manage African swine fever

Throughout Europe and Central Asia, wild boar raid crops and spread swine diseases, negatively affecting agriculture, conservation, road traffic and the health of livestock, wildlife and even humans. Due to their increasing densities and expanding ranges, economic losses are on the rise. To better manage wild boar populations, officials have needed...
2018 - Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations FAO

Artículo
New project promotes indigenous food and sustainable tourism in the Philippines

Slow Food and the Mountain Partnership Secretariat, hosted by FAO, have signed an agreement to improve the livelihoods of mountain people, with special focus on Cordillera’s mountain community in the Philippines.
The agreement came ahead of today’s International Mountain Day – a day celebrated each year on December 11 to highlight the importance of mountains to people’s lives and livelihoods. The two organizations committed to creating stronger synergies between mountain food products and sustainable tourism services. This includes promoting high-quality, indigenous, mountain...
Philippines
2018

Artículo de blog
Baba Residence, an initiative to attract young people in depopulated villages in Bulgaria

Baba Residence (baba – grandmother in Bulgarian) is an initiative bringing together urban youth and elderly people in low-density and remote villages in Bulgaria. Participants spend one month living and learning in a mountain village, with the purpose to create a meeting point between the entrepreneurial spirit of young people...
Bulgaria
2018 - SIMRA
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