The AGROMIX project aims to drive a transition to more resilient and efficient land use in Europe. It will do this by using participatory approaches to capitalise on the synergies found in mixed farming (crop + livestock) and agroforestry (trees + crops and/or livestock) systems and the associated value chains. The initial research will be based on 12 contrasting pilot sites across Europe. The project, which 10 universities, 7 research institutes and 11 multi-actor partners, also seeks to inform the development of future agricultural policy.

  • DatesNovember 2020 to October 2024
  • SponsorEuropean Union Horizon 2020
  • Funded€7,000,000
  • PartnersCoventry University (Co-ordinator), Agri-Food and Biosciences Institute, Organic Research Centre (UK); Agroecology Europe, Flanders Research Institute for Agricultural and Fisheries Research, Wervel (Belgium); Estonia University of Life Sciences (Estonia); ACTA, INRA (France); Leibniz Centre for Agricultural Landscape Research, Trier University of Applied Sciences, University of Koblenz-Landau (Germany); CEEweb for Biodiversity (Hungary); Teagasc (Ireland); CNR, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna, Tenuta di Paganico, Veneto Agricultura, University of Pisa (Italy); Wageningen Research (Netherlands); Polish Agroforestry Association (Poland); MVarc Agroecology Research Centre (Portugal); Ibar Development Association (Serbia); Agroscope, Zurich University of Applied Life Sciences (Switzerland), and Revolve Media and University of Extremadura (Spain)