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Pre-study for knowledge transfer and joint learning in regenerative farming in North-East Europe

Completed Carbon Action Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative Agriculture, Carbon Action

The project studied the current state of malting barley cultivation in Finland, Poland and Lithuania and the possibilities for furthering regenerative farming.

Official name

Pre-study for knowledge transfer and joint learning in regenerative farming in North-East Europe

Duration

2020-2021

Persons in charge

Ulrika Wikström, Kaj Granholm (BSAG) ja Eija Hagelberg (BSAG)

Consortium

Baltic Sea Action Group

Funder

Tor-Magnus Enarin rahasto

Growing malting barley regeneratively

In this pre-study, we learned about the conditions in malt crop farming in Finland, Lithuania, and Poland, and established a basis for further knowledge transfer and training activities, including possible full-scale projects as a follow-up.

Good existing contacts with local partners (agricultural advisory services, research institutes) in Lithuania and Poland in addition to the direct contacts with Viking Malt contract farmers helped to facilitate data and information collection and stakeholder interviews.

CONTACT

Eija Hagelberg

Project Director, Regenerative Agriculture

+358 50 060 9526

eija.hagelberg@bsag.fi

Kaj Granholm

Project Manager, Regenerative Agriculture, New Initiatives

+358 46 850 9208

kaj.granholm@bsag.fi

PROJECT PARTNERS

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