aquitaine: a tool for local organic enterprises

Posted by trammel at 2020-02-17

On the other hand, the committee's "2017 pilot programme" is an organizational effort to formalize 10 partnerships between eight producers and six enterprises. Of the 8 tested plants, 6 were harvested and 4 were made by techno economic methods (Sage, cassia leaf, basil leaf, Orthodox). Most stakeholders are satisfied and want to continue to build partnerships. On the basis of the first year of testing, the Committee confirmed the extension of the programme in 2018, together with technical advisers from the chamber of agriculture and the European bank for reconstruction and development.

In order to meet the greater needs of some members of industrial significance, the Commission also hopes to establish new partnerships with regional plant production cooperatives and producers' organizations. Therefore, in the context of actions tailored to the specific needs and capacities of actors, the Commission's goal is to make new Aquitaine one of the bioppam areas.

In order to increase the value of the 2017 trial and recruit "new producers in the southeast of the region", a briefing was held for the northwest in melle on the same day, and a second briefing was held in melle on February 2.

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