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The European Agroforestry Conference is an event organized every two years by EURAF. The conferences aim to provide a platform for people from diverse backgrounds to present, discuss, and debate critical issues related to agroforestry.

  5th European Agroforestry Conference: Agroforestry for the transition towards sustainability and bioeconomy


  Date: 17-19 May 2021

  Location: Nuoro, Italy (online)

  Details: Book of Abstracts & conference website 



4th European Agroforestry Conference: Agroforestry as Sustainable Land Use 

Date: 28-30 May 2018

Location: Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Details: Book of AbstractsConference Website






3rd European Agroforestry Conference: Celebrating 20 years of Agroforestry research in Europe

Date: 23-25 May 2016

Location: Montpellier, France

Details: Book of Abstracts & Conference Website 



2nd European Agroforestry Conference: Integrating Science & Policy to Promote Agrofforestry in Practice

Date: 4-6 June 2014

Location: Cottbus (Germany)

Details: Follow the link to discover the conference book, presentations and poster presentations: 

Session 1: New insights into carbon, water and nutrient cycling in agroforestry
Session 2:
Policy proposals and impacts
Session 3:
Environmental benefits provided by agroforestry
Session 4:
Agroforestry for land reclamation

Session 5: Innovative solutions for sustainable agriculture with agroforestry

  1st European Agroforestry Conference: Priorities for European Agroforestry

  Date: 9-10 October 2012

  Location: Brussels (Belgium) 

  Details: Please follow the link to discover the Book of Abstracts and a wide variety of presentations from 5 sessions.

  Session 1: Innovative avenues for agroforestry in Europe in the next decade: research, development and policy

  Session 2: Hot spots, What's going on in Europe for agroforestry?
  Session 3: "Agroforestry: Trees for a Sustainable European Agriculture" Meeting with European stakeholders
  Session 4: Fresh progress, novel evidence. What’s going on in Europe for agroforestry?

  Session 5:  Building European consortia to address European calls dealing with agroforestry.