Who is behind this website?
Greenpeace developed this site based on input from farmers around Europe. We’re happy for new partners to join and improve it further.
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What is the FarmErasmus programme?
FarmErasmus is a visit programme designed to allow farmers to spend a bit of time on a ‘host farm’ where they can study a particular aspect of ecological farming in practice.
All the host farms have been checked by Greenpeace to ensure they meet good professional standards.
Six visits to farms in Belgium, Bulgaria, Greece and France (the sources of our case studies) were offered in late 2016, but the application period for these has now closed. If you’d like to be notified when new visits are available, please complete our online subscription form.
Can I become a host farm?
We’d be more than happy to add new host farms in the future. If you’re interested in becoming a future host, please get in touch with your national Greenpeace office to discuss which aspects of ecological farming you can demonstrate and how much time you can make available.
Can I visit a host farm?
If you are a farmer – please subscribe here and your national Greenpeace office will get back to you shortly.
What do the case studies cover?
The case studies represent examples of ecological farming collected by Greenpeace from European farmers committed to environmentally-friendly practice.
Each case study contains:
• contact details for the farmer or group of farmers
• a brief description of the farm or group of farms (such as size, production, date of establishment, size of workforce)
• technical and financial information
The case studies are classified by topic to make it easier to find what you’re looking for. They can all be downloaded.
Can I suggest a new case study and/or topic?
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Our privacy statement is in line with Greenpeace’s privacy and cookies policy. The national websites are managed by the local Greenpeace offices and they are considered as ‘data controllers’ within the meaning of the applicable data protection legislation. Only employees who need to access information about applicants ans website visitors to perform their work are granted access to this personal identifiable information.
We ask you to provide your name and contact details when suggesting a new case study or topic, contacting us and when you apply to the FramErasmus Programme. We will get in touch with you only related to the cases. Should you have any questions on the processing of your personal data or if you would like to know which personal data are processed, or you would like to alter, delete or block some of the information processed concerning you, please contact us on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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