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Objective 2023 in France: to have a seed stock for producers

Objective 2023 in France: to have a seed stock for producers

FAB'LIM supervises the realization of a technical and economic study aimed at characterizing and selecting, from a list drawn up by CEN Occitanie, a pool of broad-spectrum herbaceous species, relatively easy to produce, which will be put into production on...

Timing of events

Timing of events

Contact with all the actors involved in the production, multiplication, and use of native seeds is essential. Some of these contacts have already been carried out in the last few months.

Ongoing fieldwork

Ongoing fieldwork

Fieldwork is the heart and soul of the project. In our various pilot projects, the process is similar but with specificities to make it truly effective. Here are some examples at Spain: El Baldiio, Spain: Visit to a plot to make a floral inventory, taking...

Publications: guidelines on restoration using native seeds

Publications: guidelines on restoration using native seeds

’Guidelines on Restoration Using Native Seeds’ analyses the state of the art of ‘Fleurs Locales’ and is available in four languages: English, Spanish, Portuguese, and French. These are basic guidelines. Our goal is to promote the use of native seeds in agrosystems by...

How do we tell the story on social media?

How do we tell the story on social media?

To expand our diffusion and to reach audiences on social media, the event was also covered live on Twitter. Take a look. https://twitter.com/FGlobalNature/status/1523936782810853377

Our pilots sites: the goal is to promote biodiversity.

Our pilots sites: the goal is to promote biodiversity.

Based on common working methods, each partner faces specific local challenges in order to draw common conclusions an therefore works in their pilot sites. In short, the seven project partners and their teams (scientists, technicians, site managers and socio-economic...

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