EJP Cofund on Agricultural Soil Management has started

On February 1st, the latest European Joint Programme Cofund officially started. Twenty-six partners are joining forces in the area of agricultural soil research. Together with European Commission co-funding, the programme mobilises up to EUR 80 million and additional budget will be raised for external calls. The EJP aims to contribute to building a sustainable European integrated research community on agricultural soils. The focus is foreseen to be on climate change adaptation and mitigation, but activities should also lead to less soil erosion and the restoration of soil fertility. A kick-off meeting is foreseen for the end of February.  

More information will soon become available.

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