Campania Stakeholder Workshop: Advancing Healthy Soils for Sustainable Agriculture
🌱 Join Us in Shaping the Future of Sustainable Agriculture!
Within the framework of BENCHMARKS project, Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II, Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche and DG Agriculture of Campania Region, are thrilled to announce our Stakeholder Engagement Workshop in Napoli, Italy, at November 3, 2023.
The workshop, titled “The proposal of European Soil Monitoring Law: its application and impacts on agricultural soils in Campania”, delves deep into the pressing issue of soil policies and their application. Drawing together a diverse array of participants, including Public Authorities for agriculture environment and landscape managment sectors, farmers and farmer associations, private and public sector stakeholders, environmental Agencies and concerned citizens, this event provides a unique opportunity to collectively tackle soil health challenges in the context of Italian agriculture.
What to Expect:
🌿 Engaging Conversations: Prepare for dynamic, participatory discussions that bring together a tapestry of perspectives related to policies and soil health, including feedbacks to the Soil Monitoring Law proposal.
🌍 Strengthening Connections: Forge meaningful relationships with fellow participants who share your passion for soil health and sustainable agriculture.
📚 Knowledge Sharing: Dive into the wealth of knowledge and experiences that will be shared, enriching your understanding of soil policies and soil management in the Italian agricultural landscape.
🚀 Shaping the Future: Be part of the change you wish to see in the world by contributing to the evolution of soil health practices in Italy and across Europe.
If you’re eager to be a part of this workshop, please don’t hesitate to reach out to Erlisiana Anzalone (email@example.com) to secure your spot. Even if attendance isn’t feasible, we encourage you to connect with us, ask questions, and join our Italy stakeholder network. Your engagement and input are invaluable as we collectively work towards promoting healthy soils and resilient agriculture in Italy and Europe.
For inquiries and more details, please feel free to contact us. We’re excited to connect with you and embark on this vital journey together!