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Webinar: How can value chains sustain crop diversification: the example of Organic Arable

What made organic farmers in 1999 in the UK team up in an organization to market their grains? How were economic and social relations fostered over time, which effects did the organization have on farmers decision making and on crop diversification?

On March 14, Andrew Trump from Organic Arable will present: How can value chains sustain crop diversification: the example of Organic Arable. The webinar is of interest to those who want to understand why an input supplier feels the need for crop diversification and what it takes to change business concepts for this purpose.

Andrew Trump leads the grain sales and purchasing of Organic Arable, an independent farmer-controlled business specialising in marketing organic grains and pulses. Organic Arable’s aim is to help member producers market their crops effectively, efficiently and transparently. It currently counts 70 producers. 

The DiverIMPACTS webinar series is a platform to present and exchange practical information about the DiverIMPACTS project and its results, with a focus on the DiverIMPACTS case studies. It is held monthly and is open to anyone interested. 

Further information

Date and time: Thursday 14 March 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM CET

Link to webinar recording: https://global.gotomeeting.com/public/recording-player.html?utm_source=recordingReadyNotification&utm_medium=email&s=c558ea39a0c7ec72407dbbb16a38618448a1ea11e796c7e392877b9383aa7578