CAP Strategic Plan sent to the European Commission

  • Datum objave 23.12.2021
Wet meadows in Šentjernej field, author: Andrej Hudoklin   Slovenia is one of the first EU countries to send a strategic plan for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP) (SP 2023-2027) in the range of 755 pages to the European Commission. Today at the press conference, Dr. Jože Podgoršek presented SP 2023-2027: “I am extremely pleased ...
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EU directors-general for agriculture on environment and climate measures in the framework of reforming the Common Agricultural Policy

  • Datum objave 08.11.2021
As part of the Council presidency, Branko Ravnik, Director-General of the Agriculture Directorate of the Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Food, hosted via video conference an informal meeting of directors-general responsible for national strategic plans for the Common Agricultural Policy (CAP). In the light of the CAP reform, which will be introduced in 2023 on the basis of the national CAP Strategic Plans, the meeting revolved around the challenges and opportunities faced by Member States in relation to green architecture, in particular the new eco-scheme.
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22. 3. 2021 – Slovenian stall at Rural Vision Week Marketplace

  • Datum objave 25.09.2021
Sustainable forestry in response to the climate change of the future Rural Inspirational Award finalist: Restoring forests damaged by natural disasters and improving the viability of forests   Video: Forests and climate change; Author – Slovenian Forestry Institute and Slovenia Forest Service Description of the project VOTE HERE More: Close-to-Nature: Forest Management in Slovenia (.pdf) ...
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19. 3. 2021 – The international Land and Soil Management Award goes to biodynamic and organic farm from Slovenia

  • Datum objave 19.03.2021
Out of 19 applicants from nine countries, the European Landowners’ Organization (ELO) awards Mr Zvone Černelič from Slovenia for his outstanding contribution to the development of agricultural practice protecting the soil and the environment. This is the first time in 15 years that a Slovenian project has won this prestigious award.         ...
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17. 3. 2021 – Rural inspiration awards 2021: Slovenia once again among the finalists

  • Datum objave 17.03.2021
The Slovenian project, aiming to restore forests damaged by natural disasters and involving forest owners and Slovenia Forest Service as the main beneficiaries of the funds, was named as one of the 20 finalists out of 125 projects submitted for the European competition Rural Inspiration Awards 2021.   The competition is divided into five categories ...
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11.3.2021 – Summary of the Report on Slovenian Forests and Forestry 2007 – 2014

  • Datum objave 11.03.2021
    The forest is important for Slovenia and Slovenes. It covers two-thirds of the county’s territory and thus as a prevailing feature characterizes the landscape and improves the quality of life. It provides a number of  valuable  goods  that  are  not  only  wood,  but  also  other  natural  resources  which  must  be  sustainably  managed. The  ...
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7. 12. 2020 – Rural gems that the European euro helped to polish

  • Datum objave 07.12.2020
  Rural development projects financed through various European funds under the Community-Led Local Development (hereinafter: CLLD) approach brought numerous innovations to the Slovenian countryside, which enable a better quality of life in villages and in urban settlements, and build on an area’s basic tourist programme. In some places, this is crucial for the development of ...
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25. 11. 2020 – Strengthening of self-sufficiency and short supply chains through the LEADER/CLLD approach

  • Datum objave 25.11.2020
At a time when Slovenia is once again facing an epidemic COVID-19, the importance of local self-sufficiency and short supply chains is particularly highlighted. Every third Friday in November we celebrate Slovenian Food Day, in whose context the Traditional Slovenian Breakfast project, consisting of locally produced and processed foods, will be carried out this year ...
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