The final conference from the Land Mobility Project was held virtually on the 9th December 2021. The conference showcased the outputs of the project and highlighted how the project can work for landowners, farmers, authorities and advisors.
Land Mobility is a project which aims to promote innovative concepts and initiatives surrounding land mobility in the EU by developing and sharing training materials aimed at landowners, farmers and stakeholders on the prevalent topics of land mobility, land management partnerships and farm take-over brokerage.
The Land Mobility final conference had speakers from each of Land Mobility’s partners, with Macra na Feirme, Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology (GMIT), the University of Bedfordshire, the Polish Farm Advisory and Training Centre, PROPEL Europe and the European Landowners Organization (ELO) being represented. The training modules that have been developed through the project as well as some best-practice case studies were presented and discussed by the speakers
Two landowners involved in the project also presented at the conference. William Kingston, an Irish farmer who several years of experience with the project, and Razvan Prelipcean, a Romanian farmer who is new to the programme, shared their experiences in relation to the Land Mobility Project.
More information on the Land Mobility Project as well as resources, modules and case studies produced through the project can be accessed here.