Past Events

REP meetings are a central element of REP: bringing farmers, land owners, nature conservation experts and many other parties together in an informal atmosphere.

  • BRUSSELS, 2014
    Event at the Forum for Agriculture on April 1st 2014 by the Rural European Platform, SNV outdoor recreation Ltd and the CEE web for Biodiversity. 
    Nova Economia: inovações geradas através da interação entre as cidades e o mundo rural da Serra da Estrela, Portugal.
  • ARNHEM 2011
    On March 11-12, 2010, At the September 15, 2011 meeting, the participants explored opportunities to restore wetlands biodiversity while contributing to sustainable farming. The Rural European Platform organised six workshops. 
  • CAMBRIDGE 2011
    During this meeting (January 27-28), the Life Plus project Farming4N2000 was formulated. Leading partners are:  the Dutch IJssellandschap foundation and Partners, the Government of Niedersachsen, Germany, the Briebza National Park in Poland and private farmers in Germany. After this meeting (March – July 2011), REP provided assistance to the project partners in working out the project plan and formalities for Life Plus project funding.  
    informal meeting on payments for Natura 2000.
  • BRETAGNE 2010
    On March 11-12, 2010, participants from different European countries and representing different interest came together in Bretagne (Brittany, France) to discuss the future of dairy farming in Europe.
  • BELFAST 2009 
    On April 23-24, 2009, a workshop took place in Belfast, Northern Ireland. It explored the possibilities for cooperation between farming and nature conservation. 
  • BIEBRZA 2009
    A meeting took place in April 2009. No additional information available.
  • EEMLAND 2008
    At the European Eemland Conference “Versatile Countryside” (Bunschoten NL, October 23, 2008), REP organised a workshop in cooperation with Stichting Geldersch Landschap and Stuurgroep Landbouw Innovatie Brabant. The results of the Vairão Conference were put forward at this workshop.
  • PORTO (Vairão) 2008
    The CAP after 2014. workshop Porto, October 2-3, 2008. A territorially based CAP allows to articulate the CAP with other EU and national sectoral policies, to internalise social, economic, and environmental externalities.