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"Muu" projekt 8-2/V10188PKPK
8-2/V10188PKPK "Läänemere taaskasutav ja ökoloogiline põllumajandus ning selle rakendus ühiskonnas (11.06.2010−10.09.2013)", Anne Luik, Eesti Maaülikool, Eesti Maaülikool, põllumajandus- ja keskkonnainstituut.
Läänemere taaskasutav ja ökoloogiline põllumajandus ning selle rakendus ühiskonnas
Baltic Ecological Recycling Agriculture and Society Implementation
Baltic Ecological Recycling Agriculture and Society Implementation (BERAS)
BERAS Implementation
Teadus- ja arendusprojekt
ETIS klassifikaatorAlamvaldkondCERCS klassifikaatorFrascati Manual’i klassifikaatorProtsent
1. Bio- ja keskkonnateadused1.6. PõllumajandusteadusB390 Taimekasvatus, aiandus, taimekaitsevahendid, taimehaigused 4.1. Põllumajandus, metsandus, kalandus ja nendega seonduvad teadused (agronoomia, loomakasvatus, kalakasvatus, metsakasvatus, aiandus jne.)100,0
Eesti Maaülikoolpartner11.06.2010−10.09.2013
Eesti Maaülikool, Põllumajandus- ja keskkonnainstituutpartner11.06.2010−10.09.2013
Euroopa Regionaalarengu FondEuroopa Liitfond
11.06.2010−10.09.201376 500,00 EUR
76 500,00 EUR
Baltic Sea Region Programme 2007-2013

The project is based on the results from the BSR partially EU-funded BERAS project 2003-2006 ref. The result show that ecological (organic) recycling agriculture based on local renewable resources, integrated crop and animal production and a more regionally based food system substantially can reduce losses of nitrogen and phosphorus to the Baltic Sea. Despite various measures the eutrophication of the Baltic Sea is not decreasing. The eutrophication is primarily caused by excessive nutrient inputs from intensive specialised farming. The system is predominant in the north and west of the BSR region and is now spreading in the east and south. BERAS calculations show that a conversion to specialised farming in the BSR would increased nutrients and pesticides load load to the Sea. BERAS Implementation offers a response to the challenges to achieve a good environmental status in the Baltic Sea, reinforce sustainable agriculture and enhance rural development in the region. Objectives: Contribute to solving the problem of excessive nutrient losses from agricultural through introduction of conversion to Ecological Recycling Agriculture (ERA) in all countries of the BSR Develop a system involving the whole food chain from farmer to consumer on a local and regional scale that contributes to rural development Exchange and build competence in the whole food chain with a focus on market driven development of the ecological sector Method: Conversion process will be driven by: 1) Increasing market demand through education of private and institutional consumers about “Diet for a clean Baltic” 2) Increasing competence among farmers 3) Introducing techniques and knowledge about ERA to agriculture advisory services, in agricultural authorities 4) Developing agricultural policy instruments to overcome economic barriers for conversion and provide long term economic incentives for low input recycling agriculture in line with Polluter Pay Principle Facilitate exchange east-west of competence and experiences in the whole food chain. Develop BERAS implementation Centres as prototypes for conversions with a Market Cluster and demonstration of pedagogical tools for tourism and education activities. Create webpage and newsletter. Implement school pilot project activities involving key groups: youth, SMEs, politicians and media. Main outputs: One BERAS Implementation Centre (BIC) including Market Cluster and network demonstrating Ecological Recycling Agriculture and local food chain system established in each of the partner countries A number of new ERA farms and regional based food systems established Practical guidelines for conversion to ERA farms, local food chain societies including business plans Guidelines for institutions and consumers for conv. to Baltic Sea Adapted Food Guidelines for BERAS agricultural policy, BERAS University educational package for students and teachers BSR follow-up system for eutrophication reduction
Eesti Mahepõllumajanduse Sihtasutus partnerEesti Vabariikmuu
Aleksandras Stulginskis UniversitypartnerLeedu Vabariikülikool
Baltic Foundation HPIpartnerLeedu Vabariikfond
Biodynamic Research InstitutepartnerRootsi KuningriikTA asutus
Centre for Economic Development, Transport and the Environment for UusimaapartnerSoome VabariikTA asutus
Finnish Environment InstitutepartnerSoome VabariikTA asutus
Independent Autonomous Association of Individual Farmers 'Solidarity'partnerPoola Vabariikmuu
Institute of Soil Science and Plant Cultivation - National Research InstitutepartnerPoola VabariikTA asutus
International Public Association of Animal Breeders “East-West”partnerValgevene Vabariikmuu
Kaunas District MunicipalitypartnerLeedu Vabariikmuu
Kujawsko-Pomorski Agricultural Advisory Centre in MinikowopartnerPoola VabariikTA asutus
Latvian Rural Advisory and Training CentrepartnerLäti VabariikTA asutus
Leibniz-Centre for Agricultural Landscape ResearchpartnerSaksamaa LiitvabariikTA asutus
MTT Agrifood Research FinlandpartnerSoome VabariikTA asutus
Polish Ecological Club in Krakow, City of Gliwice ChapterpartnerPoola Vabariikmuu
Pomeranian Agricultural Advisory Center in GdańskpartnerPoola Vabariikmuu
Swedish Rural Economy and Agricultural societies, GotlandpartnerRootsi Kuningriikmuu
Swedish Rural Economy and Agricultural societies, KalmarpartnerRootsi Kuningriikmuu
Swedish Rural NetworkpartnerRootsi Kuningriikmuu
Södertälje MunicipalitypartnerRootsi Kuningriikmuu
Södertörn UniversitykoordinaatorRootsi Kuningriikülikool
The Danish Ecological CouncilpartnerTaani Kuningriik
University of Helsinki, Department of Agricultural SciencespartnerSoome Vabariikülikool