This September 14, The House of Agroecology met once again to work together on creating a more resilient Belgian food industry.
The initiative aims to become a “one-stop shop” for organizations and companies that want to participate in the agroecological transition. By developing guidelines with as many players in the sector as possible: farmers, processors, distributors, etc.
Bring together producers, agri-food industries, distributors and partners of the agroecological transition to take action.
Thus, following the success of the first event last June (House of Agroecology), the leaders of the agroecological movement in Belgium united to discuss the next steps: bringing together producers, agri-food industries, distributors and partners of the agroecological transition to take action and boost the potential of agroecological systems.
An enriching day which made it possible to establish the guidelines of the project for the coming months.
Present in the photo:
Marie Bosquet (REGENACTERRE), Dylan Feyaerts (ILVO Living Lab agroecologie en biologische landbouw), Johan Lambrechts (Farming for Climate), Simon Chavée (Terres Vivantes), Sebastien Jacobs (Soil Capital), Alban Bouvy (Microfarmap), Guirec de Wouters (Farm for Good), Alain Peeters (Terres vivantes et RHEA), Emilie de Morteuil, Louis De Jaeger (Commensalist & Food Forest Institute), Laurent Serteyn (Greenotec), Catherine Marlier (CULTIVAE SL), Matthieu Taymans, Pascal Durdu (Farming for Climate), Frédéric Muratori (Regenacterre).