AF-EU-18041 | Super-G

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Projecttitel: Super-G
Projectnummer: AF-EU-18041
Missie: Klimaatneutrale landbouw en voedselproductie
Looptijd: 2018- 2023
Projectleider: Hein ten Berge
Wageningen University & Research
Betrokken partijen: Rsk Adas Limited, University Of Newcastle Upon Tyne, University Of Aberdeen, Mendelova Univerzita V Brne, Magyar Tudomanyos Akademia Okologiai Kutatokozpont, Javna Ustanova Univerzitet Crne Gore Podgorica, Sveriges Lantbruksuniversitet, Universita Degli Studi Di Torino, Stichting Wageningen Research, Eidgenoessische Technische Hochschule Zuerich, Szkola Glowna Gospodarstwa Wiejskiego, Georg-August-Universitat Gottingenstiftung Offentlichen Rechts, Agrifood And Biosciences Institute, Consulai, Lda, Universidad De Cordoba, Univerza V Ljubljani, Chambre Regionale D’agriculture De Normandie, Association Normande De La Ferme Experimentale De La Blanche Maison, The Nothern Ireland Agricultural Research And Development Council, Chambre Regionale D’agriculture Alsace Champagne Ardenne Lorraine

Permanent grasslands (PG) provide a wide range of ecosystem services (ES) and can support social infrastructure and high levels of biodiversity that in turn can enhance ecosystem function and value to society. PG are also the basis for many highly valuated landscapes and offer recreational potential in many regions (e.g. for hiking, skiing and hunting). The ability of farmers and land owners/managers to maintain and manage grasslands for ES delivery depends on local conditions (including soil type, slope, ground water level and prevailing weather conditions), farm type (e.g. dairy, beef, sheep, goat), the profitability of the farming business and any financial support/incentive provided by rural development programmes. The SUPER-G project will provide fora for a multi-actor community to work closely together to co-develop management practices that are practical, cost effective, deliver for the needs of society and are supported by evidence or (where this is not available) sound agronomic and scientific theory. Such management approaches, co-created by multiple stakeholders, will result in co-ownership of socially, economically and environmentally viable systems.

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