Strengthened collaboration between biodynamic research and education at Skillebyholm

To continue development of biodynamics in Sweden the Biodynamic Research Institute will become part of Skillebyholm's center for biodynamic cultivation. In this way, the collaboration between education, research and agriculture is strengthened.
Operations at SBFI will cease on June 30, 2020.

 

2000m2 Baltic - Co-creating food culture and innovation 

Transforming food systems on a global scale is one of the single most important things that need to happen in order to meet Agenda 2030 goals and to steer away from the worst climate change scenarios.

This project is funded by the Swedish Institute with partners in Estonia - Research Centre of Organic Farming of Estonian University of Life Sciences EULS RCOF (Eesti Maaülikooli Mahekeskus) and Estonian Organic Farming Foundation, (EOFF); in Poland - Stanisław Karłowski-Foundation/ FSK (Fundacja imienia Stanisława Karłowskiego) and in Sweden - Rosendal trädgård.

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