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The EU-project MIXED (Multi-actor and transdisciplinary development of efficient and resilient MIXED farming and agroforestry systems) is supporting the development of European Mixed Farming and Agroforestry Systems that optimize efficiency and resource use, reduce GHG emissions, and show greater resilience to climate change by considering agronomic, technical, environmental, economic, institutional, infrastructure and social advantages and constraints. > Read more


2021.08.26 | Research news

Paving the way for open access projects - the MIXED Data management plan

The project management of the MIXED project has volunteered the project to be a so-called Open Data Research Pilot . A data management plan has now been developed, which describes the data management life cycle for data collected, processed and/or generated in MIXED.

2021.06.18 | Research news

National MIXED backcasting workshop shed light on major challenges and ways forward for mixed farming and agroforestry systems in Denmark

Last week, the Danish MIXED team held a so-called back-casting workshop and had summoned various relevant actors to discuss and map the challenges and, not least, the paths forward for mixed farming and agroforestry in Denmark.

2021.04.26 | Research news

Learn more about our partners and the MIXED farming and agroforestry in Europe.

Partner interview with Fabien Liagre from AGROOF

2021.04.23 | Events

MIXED collaboration with ‘sister-projects’ AGROMIX and STARGATE on climate-smart and resilient farming

How can three projects, MIXED, AGROMIX and STARGATE, funded by the EU’s research programme Horizon2020, collaborate and benefit from each other’? That is what we will investigate in a joint workshop on 14 June.

2020.10.01 | News from the management

Mixed farming and agroforestry systems have many advantages

A new big EU research project will explore different types of mixed agricultural systems, incl. agroforestry. The assumption is that the mixed way of farming holds many benefits – both in terms of general sustainability, resilience to climate change, better utilization of nutrients and biodiversity. Aarhus University, together with International…

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