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UK cereals I3S December farm visits On the 5th and 6th of December, UK cereals I3S, organised visits to I3S partner farms, accompanied by insightful sessions focusing on soil health and biodiversity. On December 5th, the group visited Tom Jewers’ farm in Suffolk, where they learned about his contributions to Hutchinson’s Helix Project and his… Read More »

Deliverable 3.1 Demonstration farms and solutions on each farm confirmed

This Deliverable provides a brief description of the 18 Demonstration Farms (DFs) involved in the I3S in ClieNFarms. The central operational focus of the ClieNFarms project is the case-study structure that will allow a strong empowerment of farmers and the supply chain accompanied by a smooth dissemination and replication of the tested innovations. Called I3S… Read More »Deliverable 3.1 Demonstration farms and solutions on each farm confirmed

We’re thrilled to announce the release of three brand-new videos on our YouTube channel! Our I3S managers explained how ClieNFarms intends to contribute to carbon-neutral and climate-resilient sustainable farms across Europe. Make sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel and hit the notification bell, so you never miss out on our latest content. We can’t… Read More »

As part of ClieNFarms and EJP Soil project, an event on the demonstration farm « SyCI » dedicated to soil protection and different practices for carbon storage took place in the Belgium I3S, on Friday 28 of April.

Deliverable 6.3: First batch of 20 EIP-AGRI Practice Abstract

Supporting the Farm to Fork (F2F) strategy, contributing to the achievement of its objectives, the ClieNFarms project aims to demonstrate, evaluate and improve technical, organisational and financialsolutions at the farm level that will contribute to achieving climate-neutrality of European agriculture by 2050. This will be done by a multi-actor approach, interactively integrating and improving existingsolutions… Read More »Deliverable 6.3: First batch of 20 EIP-AGRI Practice Abstract

ClieNFarms is described as a project that relies on close collaboration with agricultural communities to customise its solutions to local contexts, enabling farmers to embrace sustainable practices like precision agriculture, agroforestry, and regenerative farming.

In the context of the ClieNFarms project, climate neutral or net-zero farming involves calculating the emissions from farming and offsetting this against carbon sequestered in the soil to arrive at the net carbon emissions of the farm.

On 24 January 2023, ClieNFarms organised an informal policy workshop in Brussels. The topic of the workshop was the proposal for the Union certification framework for carbon removals, which was published by the European Commission on 30 November 2022.

In the new “Did you know that” video Josselin Andurand from Institut de
l’Elevage explained what impact ClieNFarms could have on the dairy sector

In this video, Isabel Ribeiro from Nutrifarms SA explains how ClieNFarms intendsto boost the olive sector and promote climate-neutral and climate-resilientfarming solutions.Check the video below for more information: