Fundatia ADEPT is a member of the European Forum on Nature Conservation and Pastoralism (EFNCP)

EFNCP is a Europe-wide network which raises awareness of the importance of low-intensity farming for nature conservation and aims to improve the way public policies respond to the needs of these farming systems. For more information of High Nature Value Farmland in Europe, visit 

Member of the ELCN (European Private Land Conservation Network)

ELCN is an initiative of conservation organisations and land user groups to advance private land conservation in Europe, aiming at developing a clear long-term strategy and strong international allies. For more information please visit: 

Member of the CEEweb for Biodiversity

CEEweb for Biodiversity is a network of non-governmental organizations in the Central and Eastern European region working for 20 years in 20 countries, having the mission of conservation of biodiversity through the promotion of sustainable development. For more information please visit: 

Member of the European Environmental Bureau (EEB)

The EEB is the largest network of environmental citizens’ organisations in Europe. It currently consists of around 140 member organisations in more than 30 countries (virtually all EU Member States plus some accession and neighbouring countries), including a growing number of European networks, and representing some 15 million individual members and supporters. For more information please visit: 

Member of the European Forum for Agricultural and Rural Advisory Services (EUFRAS)

EUFRAS is a European network and representative association of public and private rural and agricultural extension services which is aligned to the global representative body for advisory services GFRAS   with associations set up in many other continents. As a network for rural advisory services, EUFRAS is designed to play an advocacy role for the members addressing particularly EU-Institutions in the field of agricultural politics and rural development. For more information please visit: 

Member of the European Landowners’ Organization (ELO)

The ELO's national constituent organizations in the enlarged European Union and in the Candidate Countries represent millions of landowners throughout Europe. The ELO seeks to develop European solutions to the challenges, which will face European decision-makers in the years to come, and, at the same time the ELO, supported by its Secretariat in Brussels, is best placed to advise on draft European legislation which affects those who live and work in the countryside. For more information please visit: 

Member of the Eurasian Dry Grassland Group (EDGG)

EDGG is a network of researchers and conservationists interested in Palearctic natural and semi-natural grasslands, aiming to promote exchange and collaboration between those interested in all aspects of grassland research and conservation across Eurasia. The 13th annual meeting of the EDGG was organized in collaboration with Fundatia ADEPT on 20 – 24 September 2016 in Sighişoara, Romania . For more information about EDGG please visit: 

Member of the Association of Ecotourism in Romania (AER)

AER brings together the public, NGO and private sectors in a partnership for nature conservation and sustainable tourism development , and has succeeded in creating a working partnership among tourism associations and travel agencies, and NGOs acting in local development and nature conservation.  For further information and details on the availability of guided tours, visit: 


The Family Farming Knowledge Platform gathers digitized quality information on family farming from all over the world; including national laws and regulations, public policies, best practices, relevant data and statistics, researches, articles and publications. It integrates and systematizes existing information to better inform and provide knowledge- based assistance to policy-makers, family farmers’ organizations, development experts, as well as to stakeholders in the field and at the grassroots level. Read more  here.

Our Strategic Partners

Biodiversity conservation and community development in Transylvania