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In the MIXED project a model is built to compare ‘what-if’ scenarios of diverse farm decisions regarding interactions with other farms within a given mixed landscape
The EU research project MIXED explore the benefits of mixed farming and agroforestry systems (MiFAS) to climate, environment and society in general and support the further development of such systems.
To optimize out-reach and efficiently disseminate its results, MIXED is connected with the EIP-AGRI platform. The 7 first MIXED practice abstracts is now available on the platform.
The first face to face meeting in the MIXED project was a huge success. At the end of April, 50 international participants in the H2020 MIXED project met in Denmark - for the first time face-to-face - to discuss mixed farming systems (incl. agroforestry) in Europe.
To develop an understanding of the current state of mixed farming in Europe, online back casting workshops were conducted and analysed in all 10 countries participating in the MIXED project.
The first field day of the international project H2020 MIXED with the Portuguese network took place on October 19th.
In this webinar you will be introduced to the benefits and pitfalls of grazing winter cereals with sheep. Integrating crop and livestock production…
Learn more about one of the United Kingdom network, in MIXED; our partner Fergus Younger, from the Scottish Agricultural Organisation Society (SAOS) gives an introduction in this video.
Learn more about the Switzerland network in MIXED; our partner Sylvain Quiédeville from FiBL gives an introduction in this video.
MIXED was funded by EU’s Horizon2020 program under the call topic ‘Climate-smart and resilient - sub-topic Efficiency and resilience of mixed farming…
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