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The commitment to carbon neutrality in the integrated “Agriculture, Forestry and Other Land Use” (AFOLU) pillar by 2035 is under threat.  EURAF takes a stand.



The Sixth European Agroforestry Conference took place in Nuoro Sardinia from 16-20th May 2020. This note provides easy access to the abstracts. Many of them are relevant to the European Green Deal, and to a range of agricultural, forestry and environmental policies in the EU and globally.


The EU Commission recently closed a consultation on forest monitoring. EURAF suggests in this Briefing that information about Trees Outside Forests is even more unreliable than for forests


A new board was elected at the EURAF General Assembly, which took place in the margins of the European Agroforestry Conference in Nuoro, Italy, on May 19 2022.


Election of the new EURAF Board will occur on the the 19th of May during the EURAF General Assembly taking place from 17h to 18h in Nuoro (Italy). Nomination forms are now available!


EURAF  will finally hold a proper General Assembly on Thursday 19th May. The most important decision we will take then is to elect our new board and like any board, this one needs new blood!


Starting this year, the German Association for Agroforestry (DeFAF) is now offering an extensive training program on agroforestry for farmers and agricultural advisors.


The world needs these positive results more than ever. It is striking that the two most transformative agricultural innovations of the modern age, agroforestry and holistic grazing management, are now spreading around the world from their roots in Africa. 


The Association of Truffle Growers of Pays-de-la-Loire (France) was created on June 26th 2020. The truffle has a future in the West of France! Indeed, this mycorrhizal fungus (Tuber melanosporum) is adapted to the climate of western France (Pays-de-la-Loire).


Since 1st June 2022, 8.1 afforestation measure is changed in Poland to include support for mid-field trees establishment.


The province Nuoro will catch your attention because of the diversity of environments, landscapes, agrifood systems and traditions making this area unique: the best place for discovering, understanding and studying Mediterranean agroforestry systems.





The celebration of the 25 years of AUSF Nuoro will occur during the 6th European Agroforestry Conference (EURAF2022)...But do you really know this association? So, let's read this article!


Agroforesters of the EUROPE, join the conversation on agroforestry and transition by organizing a Satellite Event of the 5th World Congress on Agroforestry, taking place in Quebec City (and online)! Please submit ideas by March 31st, 2022.



This Policy Briefing pulls together mentions of agroforestry in the CAP Strategic Plan Regulation and the CAP Horizontal Regulation - more will be added on the Delegated Acts when these become available.


If climate action fails, the EU will succumb to economic breakdown of supply chains and migratory pressures. To avoid this, the bloc must advance climate justice and restore trust between developed and developing economies. 

Robinia - "Tree of the Year 2020" - may no longer be planted in Germany - one of the agroforestry tree species that would have had a bright future in the climate crisis.

German Bundesrat agrees on agroforestry in Germany. But, besides prominent consideration of agroforestry in the new EC CAP, mentioning in the Green Deal, the Biodiversity Strategy, the Farm-to-Fork strategy a.s.o., German politics does not dare to come out of hiding.


In this article we would like to briefly synthetize what has been highlighted by the assessment of eco-schemes from the 21 European Member States.


On December 6, the Agroforestry Network Netherlands presented itself during an online event with a program full of interactive workshops and fascinating speakers.


Warning: what follows is about obscure bureaucratic battles. That may seem extraordinarily boring, but it is exactly the field of battle on which the future of this planet will be won - or lost.


The Slovak Research and Development Agency financially supported the first agroforestry project entitled Research possibilities of the utilisation of black walnut (Juglans nigra L.) and chestnut (Castanea sativa Mill.) from a production-ecological aspect in agroforestry systems in Slovakia.