- 10 people attended, from 8 different countries (Italy, Spain, Holland, Germany, Greece,Finland, UK, Ireland)
- The AgriSpin Project aims at creating space for agricultural innovations, “through amplifying good examples of innovation support systems and through multi-actor learning about ways
to stimulate innovation and remove obstacles” (AGRISPIN Grant Agreement).
- The research approach for achieving such an aim is based on the exploration of a number of selected innovation cases during 13 cross visits in the project partners’ countries.
The information gathered during the visits was analysed into four themes: the innovation process, the actors involved and their networks, the social and economic environment, and the characteristics of the innovation cases.
The outcome of the analysis was presented to local actors and authorities in a symposium, which took place in the last day of each visit and was, afterwards, completed with their feedback.
During the Romanian Cross Visit four innovative cases were studied:
Case 1: Innovative markets: Community enterprise
Case 2: Innovative markets: private
Case 3: Viscri Farmers Association
Case 4: Model Sheepfold
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