Report | Sustainability Day 2019-Together towards circular farming: Annual Forum

Watch the full conference above (Credits video: Anais Passera) On the occasion of Sustainability Day 2019 on October 10, the Circular Farming Platform Wageningen organized the Annual Forum ‘Together towards circular farming: assessing the work in progress’. Stakeholders from various backgrounds were invited to share their vision, during three panel discussions around the topics of … Read moreReport | Sustainability Day 2019-Together towards circular farming: Annual Forum

Report | Together towards circular farming: Episode #2: a small-scale dairy farm

On Thursday 20 of June, the Circular Farming Platform had its second episode of the series “Together towards circular farming”, with as guest speaker small-scale dairy farmer Roel van Buuren, from the farm Landlust. Roel told us about his diversified farm and his perspective on the problems of our current food system, and his own … Read moreReport | Together towards circular farming: Episode #2: a small-scale dairy farm

Report | Together towards circular farming: Recap Episode #1 with Evelien de Olde

On the 24th of May, Evelien de Olde (post-doc on sustainable livestock production systems) was invited at Impulse to reflect with us on our findings of Monday’s event Together towards circular farming #1: a dairy farmer’s case, and to give us her scientists’ perspective on circular farming. Announcement of the event   Facebook event page … Read moreReport | Together towards circular farming: Recap Episode #1 with Evelien de Olde

Report | Together towards circular farming: Episode #1: A dairy farmer’s case

On Monday 20th of May, the Circular Farming Platform Wageningen had its very first big event. We were pleased to welcome Anouk van Bakel, who talked about the farm of her family, Vrebamelkvee. It is a large-scale dairy farm that invests a lot in innovations that allow the farm to be more circular. She gave … Read moreReport | Together towards circular farming: Episode #1: A dairy farmer’s case