WiseFarmer project was represented at the seminar “New skills for digital farming", took place on 5-6 February 2020 in Aranjuez, Spain. The event, organised by the agricultural European Innovation Partnership (EIP-AGRI.), aimed to contribute to the design and implementation of approaches and tools that can help farmers and farm advisers develop the skills they need in the face of the digital transition in agriculture.
The consortium conducted numerous interviews and collected nearly three hundred questionnaire inputs from the six participating countries, as part of the first Output of the project, that is ready now for data cleansing, statistical analísis and evaluation of the results.
Without the use of digital technology, there is no development of agriculture, it was pointed out today at the first project WiseFarmer workshop organized by the Network of Advisory Services of Southeast Europe-SEASN and the School Bedekovčina, which also hosted the lecture. The lecture was attended by farmers, agricultural advisers, teachers and students from the agricultural sector.
Project staff members travelled to remote areas of the countries to meet individual or small groups of farmers to discuss the main issues related to the use of ICTs, information sources and the local knowledge and experience needed for the good practice of farming.
The meeting, which was held on 26/27 September 2019 in Godollo, Hungary, provided opportunities for partners to get to know each other better, presenting their background, activities, interest and in WiseFarmer project. Coordinator gave an overview of the project’s aims and objectives. The planned Intellectual Outputs (IOs) were introduced by IO leading partners. Presentation about Wisefarmer learning methodology and wisefarming approach was followed by discussions about the management, administration and financial issues.