SOLMACC is a LIFE-co-funded project that runs from 2013 to 2018.
Its ambition is to demonstrate that by applying optimised farming practices organic farming can be climate-friendly.
12 demonstration farms are therefore adjusting their farming techniques under the close supervision and monitoring of agricultural scientists.
The project demonstrated the economic viability and the great potential of innovative farming practices to contribute to achieving the EU’s objectives on climate change. Throughout the implementation of SOLMACC, we have seen that many different options exist to reduce greenhouse gas emissions at the farm-level, and at the same time contribute to farmers’ adaptation capacity and economic stability
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