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Interview with Žymantas Morkvėnas from Lithuania

"Farmers become advocats for agro-biodiversity"

Žymantas talks about the advantages of results-based agri-environmental schemes and how such a scheme was implemented in Lithuania . Listen to the interview. (Photo: www.otop.org.pl)

Project Contracts 2.0

Workshop on Novel Agri-Environment Schemes

The workshop focused on different approaches to establish a results-based or collective agri-environment scheme. Experts from Europe met to discuss key points of a successful contract. The output was used to create design principles and contract prototypes. Read more

News from Ireland

Training video gives overview of scoring system

5000 farmers are expected to participate in the new results-based agri-environment pilot (REAP) in Ireland. A short video for advisers gives good overview of the scoring system. Read more

News from UK

Farmers give positive feedback on results-based contracts

University of Aberdeen together with Contracts2.0 action partner Natural England and the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority have  surveyed farmers in results-based contracts. Read more

News from Hungary

Combining results-based and value-chain contracts

Contracts2.0 project, Őrség National Park Directorate and ESSRG started to investigate how result-based schemes and value-chain approaches could be integrated. Read more

Successful RBP Pilot in Scotland

Podcast on future prospectives

In this podcast NatureScot’s Kirsten Brewster and Kay Prichard explain first results of piloting an outcome based approach in Scotland (POBAS) and how it might be extended in the future. Listen to the podcast

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News from Slovenia

Semi-RBPS for corncrakes and prevention of invasive plants

Meadows, on which corncrakes are present in the current year are mown late, meadows without corncrakes are mown earlier, to prevent the spread of invasive alien plant species. Read more