To cope with the effects of global change, agro-ecosystems in the Mediterranean basin require a significant shift from current agricultural and agroforestry uses, mainly based on monoculture, towards longer-term sustainable systems. This transition needs to strengthen the resilience of farmers and rural communities, while restoring traditional uses and incorporating innovative activities. 

Using a participatory approach in selected Mediterranean regions, TRANSITION will work to provide a solid understanding of the barriers to wider implementation of new agricultural practices in agroforestry and mixed farming systems, provide tools for evidence-based decision-making and develop a basin-level roadmap for wider adoption.

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Several representatives of the entities involved in the TRANSITION project travelled to […]
Agroforestry in Algeria: case of the Northern area of Sétif. Agroforestry practices […]
Interviews to policy experts The TRANSITION project search a solid understanding of […]
Inter-row vegetation cover in vineyards The use of vegetation cover is increasing […]
Fruits and vegetables intercropping Intercropping is recognized as a very promising technique […]
On-farm research program is ongoing (Task 2.5) In September 2022, the on-farm […]
The TRANSITION Project participated in the first edition of the #EFIMedForum 2022! […]
Participation to a festival dedicated to agroforestry On Friday, November 4th INRAE […]
Pilot farm with an innovative crop introduced by the UVic-UCC During the […]
Summer visit to French mixed orchard market gardening During summer we visited […]
Stakeholder’s meetings in UVic-UCC UVic-UCC was held two stakeholder meetings following the […]
PRIMA to participate in: “Applied innovation in the Agri-food sector” with the […]