Peer-to-peer Learning Accessing Innovation through Demonstration
It’s well-known that farmer’s best source of information is other farmers. By interacting with other farmers, you can see, you can touch what it is that’s happening. It’s very practical and very accessible.
As a result, demonstration is a very important part of farmer learning. But we don’t actually know that much about demostration.
The European project PLAID will create for the first time, an inventory of demonstration on farms across Europe. It will cover all sectors in production systems, from animal husbandry to vegetable growing in conventional and organic farming.
What PLAID has to offer you:
The PLAID project started in January 2017, and will carry on summer 2019. There is a consortium members from across Europe.
If there’s information on demonstration activities that you’ve got on farm or just to learn more about the project, then, please have a look at our website:
European Project H2020-RUR-2016-2017 n. 727388. Year 2016 – 2018 Peer-to-peer Learning: Accessing Innovation through Demonstration