Online public meeting of the Network of Networks of European organizations working on agroecology (NofNs)* – 29 November, 16h30-17h30 CET
During this one-hour open meeting, Dr Olena Motuzenko will share her experience and story about the recently launched Atlas of 85 Ukrainian products of cultural value at Terra Madre and the process and participatory methodology behind this work. The project joins various stakeholders: Slow Food network leaders from Kyiv and Lviv, Ukrainian and Italian academia, but also local communities in 7 regions of Ukraine, with whom Dr Olena Motuzenko has been working to help show value and reconstruct the knowledge of traditional farming practices linked to local food culture and gastronomy. This initiative makes part of the Horizon 2020 project “Ethnobotany of divided generations in the context of centralization – DiGe”.
Join us on the 29th of November from 16:30 – 17:30 on Zoom to listen to the experience of Dr Motuzenko and discuss together how to build a structure for future webinars bringing together farmers, knowledge, research, and tools to support and strengthen producers’ knowledge and building collaborative instruments.
Find the full description and agenda of the event here.
*This meeting is organised within the ‘Network of Network’ of European organisations working on agroecology. An initiative created within the Horizon project Agroecology for Europe (AE4EU). Organisation of this public meeting by Eco Ruralis, Gradina Moldovei, Slow Food, and Wageningen University.
(c) Picture credit: Image by Slow Food: https://www.slowfood.com/ukrainebiodiversityattheheartofreconstruction/