29 Thematic Networks (TNs) have brought knowledge of research and practice together and translated this in ready-to-use insights, overviews and recommendations. They increase knowledge translation and co-creation on specific themes and thus speed up innovation and implementation. They supported learning and innovation in agriculture, and they opened doors between groups and sectors.
This 3th workshop on TNs focusses on the question: how do these TNs learn from efforts? SKIN will showcase its experience and results derived from the effective implementation of a real multi actor approach while fostering a broader adoption of the short food supply chain model, bringing consumers and producers closer to each other.
The workshop is organised by Copa-Cogeca and will take place in Trierstraat/Rue de Treves 61, 1040 Brussels.
Don't miss this opportunity to discover our achivements and those from our fellow thematic networks, download here the agenda!