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02 Jul

INCREDIBLE promotes the implementation of the strategy for sustainable truffle management in Varaždin (Croatia)

Croatian Forest Research Institute (CFRI) has celebrated an on-line Science to Practice meeting addressed to gather ideas from stakeholders that will be useful as a starting point for future strategic documents with the topic of sustainable truffle management.

The event, an on-line consultation, was held (in two phases) from 1st May to 30th June and around 20 attendees expressed their ideas and comments on the draft prepared in advance by CFRI. Private forest owners, truffle pickers, R&D, government representatives and SME's involved in this Science to Practice event.

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Aleppo Pine in Tunisia: Ecology, Management and Uses

INCREDIBLE project has supported the production of the book edited by Dr. Mohamed Larbi Khouja, with the scientific contribution of researchers from the National Research Institute for Rural Engineering, Water and Forestry (INRGREF) in Tunisia.

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Businesses gather in Barcelona to discuss boost for rural economy

Entrepreneurs, start-ups and established businesses shared ideas and inspiration on innovation and entrepreneurship for non-wood forest products (NWFP) in a highly energised seminar which took place in Barcelona’s Sant Pau Art Nouveau site on 27 and 28 February.

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Barcelona hosts the second cross-cutting seminar of INCREDIBLE project on 27 and 28 February

Everything is ready to hold the second cross-cutting seminar of the INCREDIBLE project on 27 and 28 February in Barcelona. This time, the focus will be on the opportunities that non-wood forest products can offer to rural economies through the implementation of innovative businesses and entrepreneurship. 

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The INCREDIBLE Open Innovation Challenge competition announces its winners!

One of the milestones that has marked our trajectory this year is the Open Innovation Challenge (OIC) competition, organised with the aim of gathering innovative business ideas that have the potential to increase the environmental, economic or social value of Mediterranean non-wood forest products (NWFP), or proposals to solve specific challenges for these products in the Mediterranean basin.

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More than 1,600 people involved in INCREDIBLE events

We are engaged in a continual process of weaving together the networks of non-wood forest products (NWFP) in the Mediterranean, meeting new actors interested in taking part in knowledge transfers and innovations across the different value chains of these forest products.

In this constant endeavour of offering our knowledge and experience, and learning from what others have to offer to us, the INCREDIBLE project has held a great number of workshops, seminars and events: all with science and practice as fundamental axes.

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The Knowledge repository for Non-Wood Forest Products is now online!

The INCREDIBLE project has just launched the open access Knowledge repository for Non-Wood Forest Products! It aims at disseminating innovative solutions to solve technological, social or environmental challenges for non-wood forest products (NWFP) in the Mediterranean. It addresses all points in the value chains of cork, resins, aromatic & medicinal plants, wild mushrooms & truffles and wild nuts & berries.

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INCREDIBLE 3rd General Assembly: Strengthening the strategy to ensure maximum impact of the project

Autumn brought a rich harvest of ideas and information as partners from the INCREDIBLE project met in Barcelona for their third General Assembly. The project, which fosters innovation in science and practice exchange via five networks for Mediterranean non-wood forest products (NWFP), is moving into its final year and, as such, the time was ripe for in-depth reflection on how to use the remaining time most effectively, for maximum impact.

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Seeking profitable alternatives for the adaptation to climate change of forest productions

With the aim of searching for economically viable and profitable alternatives for forest owners, a conference was held on 9 October focusing on the climate change scenarios that are expected and how they will affect forest production.

The meeting, which took place in the LUCIA building on the Miguel Delibes campus of the University of Valladolid (UVa), also addressed in the context of climate change what options for adaptation can have forest stands and the role that owners and managers have to play in this process.

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Non-wood forest products in Europe: seeing the forest around the trees

A major new publication paints a vivid and detailed picture on the value, role and potential of non-wood forest products (NWFP) in Europe. With important new insights, the publication presents findings on European markets and sketches out the needs for a new policy framework addressing both EU and national specifications, as well as offering multiple examples of innovation in the sector.

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Apresentação

O projeto INCREDIBLE pretende mostrar o papel importante dos produtos florestais não lenhosos (PFNL), como suporte de uma gestão florestal sustentável e do desenvolvimento rural, criando redes de transferência e partilha de conhecimento e experiência. O projeto INCREDIBLE – Redes de inovação em: Cortiça, Resina e produtos florestais comestíveis, para a região Mediterrânea; promove inovação e colaboração sectorial cruzada, para salientar o valor e o potencial dos PFNL na região.

Funding

O projeto ‘Innovation Networks of Cork, Resins and Edibles in the Mediterranean basin’ (INCREDIBLE – ‘Redes de Inovação de Cortiça, Resinas e Comestíveis da bacia Mediterrânica’) recebe financiamento do programa Horizonte 2020 da Comissão Europeia, sob acordo de financiamento Nº 774.632.

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