May 2017: the discussion on renewal of the CAP has started


After 2020, a new version of the European Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) will come into practice. This spring, the discussion on how this new version of the CAP should look like has started. Boerengroep is following the progress closely, as the CAP impacts the life of farmers all over Europe. The 6th of April, Boerengroep was present at an open consultation by the ministry of Economic Affairs in Kamerik. The 11th of May, we travelled to Brussel for an international symposium. Two interesting days, promising a complicated but important discussion on the renewal of the CAP in the coming years.

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Agroecology Experience Evening 1st of June at De Hoge born


To all Students, Farmers and fellow Agroecologists!

1st of June !! we gather to learn more about Agroecology, share past experiences from the Farm Experience Intership (FEI) and celebrate the coming FEI, which takes place from 24th of July till 18th August 2017!

Start at 19:00 at the local organic farm ‘De Hoge Born’ with VEGAN KEBAB (€2,-)  At 9 pm we will move to the Creative Garden for Pizza Party. Come and join this lovely evening on the FEI and Agroecology!

Thursday 1st June: Agroecology Experience Evening
19:00 Opening at organic farm ‘De Hoge Born‘ (Wageningen)
21:00 Pizza party at the Creative Garden

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10th of June: excursion De Bolster



Within the world of seeds, discussions on patenting, genetic modification and protection of biodiversity are still going strong. Monsanto, Syngenta and Bayer seem the only important names on the world market. But not far from Wageningen, a relatively small Dutch family company specialised in organic seeds has made fame of its own. Join Boerengroep to De Bolster this June and see for yourself how seeds are grown.

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