SoEngage Plus

SoEngage Plus – „Engaging farmers in social farming plus” 

The overall objective of the SoEngage Plus project is to support farmers to learn and engage in social farming and to promote their social farm services for the economic benefit and sustainability of the farm and the rural community. The aim is to inspire farmers to engage in social farming by sharing podcasts and digital videos of best practice social farm case studies from other regions to generate ideas which can be adapted and transferred to their farm to generate economic benefit. The SoEngage Plus project is a follow-up to the SoEngage project, detailed information being outlined on the website: https://www.soengage.eu/ 

SoEngage Plus project consortium brings together partners from six EU countries: 

-The Rural Centre from UK (Project Coordinator) 

-Rural Support from UK 

-Leitrim Development Company from Ireland 

-Comunitatea pentru Invatarea Permanenta from Romania 

-Hof und Leben GmbH from Germany 

-STOWARZYSZENIE ARID from Poland 

-GROWTH COOP from Spain 

The four Intellectual Outputs (IO) of the SoEngage Plus project are highlighted by: 

IO1. Learning Materials: Handbook & Tutorials – Guidance how to produce videos using a smart phone  

-developed to enable social farmers to produce digital videos to promote their social farm services 

IO2. Digital Videos: Social Farm Case Studies 

– developed in order to support farmers learn about, generate ideas and develop the skills needed to deliver a professional social farm service 

IO3. Podcasts: Social Farm Experts 

–   developed in order to promote the benefits of social farming and support available. 

IO4Online Learning Resources: Handbook & Tutorials, Digital Videos & Podcasts:  

-developed in order to enhance training materials on the SoEngage learning Platform and dedicated YouTube channel. 

SoEngage Plus

SoEngage Plus – „Engaging farmers in social farming plus”  The overall objective of the SoEngage Plus project is to support farmers to learn and engage in social farming and to promote their social farm services for the economic benefit and sustainability of the farm and the rural community. The aim is to inspire farmers to engage in.

DateJanuary 5, 2021
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