Organic Knowledge served fresh: Join Let’s Discuss Organic! webinar series
Are you a member of IFOAM Organics Europe? Do you want to stay up-to-date with the latest trends and best practices in the organic sector? Look no further than Let’s Discuss Organic!, an exclusive series of webinars for members only.
Each month, Let’s Discuss Organic! hosts live online sessions featuring expert speakers and interactive discussions on specific topics related to organic farming. As a member, you’ll have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge, exchange ideas, and network with like-minded individuals.
But that’s not all – the recordings of each session are also available for members to access anytime in the members’ extranet!
Recently, Let’s Discuss Organic! held a webinar on Promotion Policies 2023, exploring how the organic sector can take advantage of promotional policies to increase awareness and demand for organic products. Members also had the chance to learn about carbon farming, an innovative approach to reducing greenhouse gas emissions while enhancing soil health and productivity. And in April, the series featured a session on the SUR. May’s session was about enhancing Organic Production Compliance. The next session will be about the upcoming EU proposal on “New Genomic Techniques” and its importance for organics.
Let’s Discuss Organic! is more than just a webinar series – it’s a community of passionate individuals dedicated to promoting organic farming and a sustainable food system. As a member, you’ll gain access to exclusive content, expert insights that can help you grow your knowledge in the organic sector. And with the recordings of each session available in the members’ extranet, you can re-watch the webinars and review the content at your convenience.
Don’t miss out on the chance to be part of this dynamic community. Check the member’s extranet to be updated on date of the next Let’s Discuss Organic! and explore the latest developments in organic farming!
The work of IFOAM Organics Europe on this topic is co-financed by the LIFE programme of the European Union, under the Climate, Infrastructure and Environment Executive Agency (CINEA). This page only reflects the views of the authors and its sole responsibility lies with IFOAM Organics Europe. The CINEA is not responsible for any use that may be made of the information provided.