EURAGRI Webinar – Living labs, co-innovation and co-creation as building blocks for soil health and food
A living lab in the agro-food sector is defined as a user-centred, open-innovation ecosystem engaging farmers and other stakeholders in jointly developing the solutions towards farming systems which are more resilient and more closely connected to society, and which would deliver sufficient, safe, nutritious and affordable food, while respecting planetary borders and rewarding farms better. In living labs (LL) experimentation is conducted on real farms, in specific territorial and community contexts, with farmers and other actors involved from the beginning as equal partners in proposing ideas, testing them, improving them and promoting them further.
Alexia Rouby (DG-AGRI, European Commission):
Setting the scene – What are LLs and what experiences exist already?
Johan Bouma (NL, coordinator of Living Labs WG within the Soil Health and Food Mission Board):
How to link the concept of LLs with research?
Alfred Grand (Farmer and owner of a Lighthouse/Living Lab Farm, Austria):
How to implement LLs and how do they foster innovation in the farming community?
Q & A:
Moderator Gottlieb Basch (MED – University of Évora and EURAGRI)
Registration here: https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_xYyfL5I-Ql-ATFf130LjIQ
The deadline for registration is June 7th 19:00 (CET).