February 7, 2018
PEGASUS H2020 Final conference 2018

Meeting agenda

Next 7.2.2018 our WP4 leader Jan Staes (UA) will be attending the PEGASUS H2020 project Final conference Delivering environmental and social benefits from agriculture and forestry in a changing policy context.

More info here http://pegasus.ieep.eu/blog/posts/pegasus-final-conference-delivering-environmental-and-social-benefits-from-agriculture-and-forestry-in-a-changing-policy-context  

Registration here 


January 24, 2018
Eionet NRC Soil meeting 2018
EEA, Copenhagen, Denmark

Meeting agenda

Our Pillar 3 Leader Arwyn Jones  and our Task 3.3 leader David Wall (TEAGASC) attended the  Eionet NRC Soil meeting in Copenhagen, Denmark organised by EEA colleagues and especially our Stakeholder Steering Committee member Rainer Baritz the 23rd-24th of January 2018.

Arwyn Jones gave an overview of the LANDMARK project activities until month 33 and especially a presentation about Pillar 2 – Monitoring Soil Quality on Soil Functions and the open access paper  GAP ASSESSMENT IN CURRENT SOIL MONITORING NETWORKS ACROSS EUROPE FOR MEASURING SOIL FUNCTIONS

More info on: https://forum.eionet.europa.eu/nrc-soil/library/nrc-soil-workshops/nrc-soil-meeting-copenhagen-23-24-january-2018

January 9, 2018
Interactive LANDMARK challenge workshop 2018
DG-AGRI, European Commission, Bruxelles, Belgium

Meeting agenda

In the contest of WP5 the project coordinator Rachel Creamer (WUR) together with the project manager Rogier Schulte (WUR) and Lilian O’Sullivan (TEAGASC/WUR) conducted an interactive challenge workshop in Bruxelles co-organised with our Stakeholder Steering Committee member Annette Schneegans (DG-AGRI) posing the main question “How can we incentivise and reward the sustainable management of land in a modernised and simplified CAP? “.

Participants came from the European Commission DG-AGRI, DG-ENV and DG-CLIMA.


December 18, 2017
2017 EU Agricultural Outlook conference
Bruxelles, Belgium

Meeting agenda

During the 2017 EU Agricultural Outlook conference  Rachel Creamer (WUR) will have the opportunity to join the discussion on the future of agriculture in Europe and the challenges which lie ahead from a LANDMARK perspective.

The conference will take place in Bruxelles, Belgium  on the 18th of December 2017.

More info https://ec.europa.eu/info/events/2017-eu-agricultural-outlook-conference_en and agenda here.

December 14, 2017
British Ecological Society Annual meeting 2017
ICC Ghent, Belgium

Meeting agenda

Our JSI colleagues Prof Marko Debeljak  and Dr Aneta Trajanov  will be presenting at the  #BES2017 British Ecological Society Annual Meeting in Ghent, BELGIUM from 11th to 14th of December 2017.


Programme info here

December 6, 2017
INSPIRATION H2020 final conference – World Soil Day 2017 – LANDMARK session
IBGE, Avenue du Port 86c/ 3000, 1000 Brussels, Belgium

Meeting agenda

LANDMARK session, 6th December 2017, Bruxelles, Belgium

Organised by LANDMARK consortium
Theme Soil management, monitoring and understanding the supply and demand of soil functions at a European scale [ programme below]
Date Wednesday 6th December 2017 10:00 to 12:00
Venue IBGE/BIM, Havenlaan 86c, 1000 Bruxelles, Belgium


In the contest of the World Soil Day 2017  the INSPIRATION H2020  consortium is organizing in collaboration with the DG Environment service contract Soils4EU a FINAL CONFERENCE in Bruxelles, Belgium on the 04-06th of December 2017.

During those three days we will have the opportunity to learn and discuss about:

  • Research challenges for the future – what do policy-makers, end-users of research and scientists need and want
  • Boundaries of research and knowledge – demands from society
  • State-of-the-art projects in Europe on sustainable soil and land management
  • Meet with like-minded European stakeholders and research funders”
  • Match-making sessions support policy and funding institutions interested in co-funding research collaborations.

During the 4th and 5th of December our LANDMARK colleagues will participate actively: Arwyn Jones (JRC), Rachel Creamer (WUR) , Jan Staes (UA), Jeroen van Leeuwen (WURFrancesca Bampa (WUR).

LANDMARK parallel session “Soil management, monitoring and understanding the supply and demand of soil functions at a European scale “

6th of December from 10.00 to 12.00

We invite YOU as stakeholders to discuss with us the state-of-the art knowledge and EU research needs in the contest of the LANDMARK past 30 months activities.


Chair: Prof Rachel Creamer (Wageningen University & Research)

10.00 – 10.20         Introducing LANDMARK H2020 by the project coordinator Prof Rachel Creamer (Wageningen University & Research)

10.20 – 10.40        Stakeholder engagement: harvesting existing knowledge on soil quality and soil functions (WP1) by Dr Francesca Bampa (Wageningen University & Research)

10.40 – 11.00          Monitoring soil quality and functions (Pillar2) by  Dr Jeroen van Leeuwen (Wageningen University & Research)

11.00 – 11.20           EU policy tools for optimizing soil functions and Functional Land Management (Pillar3 & WP4) by  Dr Jan Staes ( Antwerp University)

11.20 – 11.30 LANDMARK Strategic Research Agenda (WP1) by Prof Rachel Creamer (Wageningen University & Research)

11.20 – 12.00         Discussion and conclusions


December 5, 2017
Annual Congress on Soil Sciences 2017 – Awareness on Innovations in Soil Science and Soil Management Challenges
Madrid, Spain

Meeting agenda

On the 04-05th of December 2017  our colleague Cristina Menta (UNIPARMA) will participate and give a presentation at the Annual Congress on Soil Sciences – Awareness on Innovations in Soil Science and Soil Management Challenges in Madrid, Spain.

Cristina is also part of the Organizing Committee.

More info on http://soilscience.conferenceseries.com/?utm_medium=email&utm_source=MailDirect&utm_campaign=Soil+Science+2017

Follow on twitter at https://twitter.com/SoilScience2017 .

November 29, 2017
InfoDay for Societal Challenge 2 – China 2017

Meeting agenda

The European Commission is co-organizing with the Chinese Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) and the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS) a two-day event for Societal Challenge 2 on Food Agriculture and Biotechnology flagship initiative (FAB) in China.

On 28/11/2017, FAB info Days in Shenzhen  will be held with presentations on policy context, implementation and Societal Challenge 2 Work Programme for years 2018-19. In addition, the afternoon session would be reserved for sharing of experience from the ongoing FAB-flagged projects, with presentations by coordinators of some key projects.

On 29/11/2017, FAB Task Force, meeting with EU and CN authorities where issues on implementation and any achieved results would be discussed.

Two components of the LANDMARK consortium: Lilian O’Sullivan (TEAGASC/WUR) and Gan Lin Zhang (CAS) will be attending the meeting.

November 17, 2017
Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 2 Infoweek 2017
Bruxelles, Belgium

Meeting agenda

The Research Executive Agency (REA), the Directorate-General for Research and Innovation (DG RTD) and the Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development (DG AGRI) of the European Commission are co-organising an Info Week on Horizon 2020 Societal Challenge 2  (SC2) ‘Food security, sustainable agriculture and forestry, marine and maritime and inland water research and the bioeconomy’, which will take place in Brussels on 14-17 November 2017.

Our colleague Jim Codd (CIRCA) from the LANDMARK Secretariat  and Jan Staes (UA) our WP4 Functional Land Management leader participated at the Infoweek and specifically at:

Further information on the event can be found under the link:  https://ec.europa.eu/programmes/horizon2020/en/news/horizon-2020-societal-challenge-2-infoweek-including-high-level-policy-events



October 23, 2017
Roundtable 6 – Italy
Universita' degli Studi di Parma, Parma, ITALY

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK Roundtable 6 will be hosted by Prof Cristina Menta (UNIPARMA) and her colleagues Prof. Giovanna Visioli, Dr Fabio Gatti and Dr Beatrice Bonati and will take place in the Campus University of Parma, Italy on 23-25th of October 2017.

In this occasion LANDMARK will welcome for the third time the Stakeholder Steering Committee members that will assess and steer the activities done so far by the Consortium.

More info here http://www.unipr.it/notizie/23-25-ottobre-convegno-progetto-landmark-sulla-gestione-del-suolo-alluniversita-di-parma

October 19, 2017
EU-Africa High Level Policy Dialogue on Science, Technology and Innovation – Stakeholder event
Leopold Brussels EU Hotel, Rue du Luxembourg 35, Brussels

Meeting agenda

In the contest of the EU-Africa High Level Policy Dialogue on Science, Technology and Innovation a member of the LANDMARK project will participate at the Stakeholder event forum which will be held on the 19 of October in Brussels, belgium.

The website of RINEA project will have all the information.

October 5, 2017
Soil for sustainable food production and ecosystem services conference EU2017EE
Tallin Creative Hub, Estonia

Meeting agenda

In the contest of the Estonian presidency of the Council (EU2017EE), the Agriculture and Fisheries Council (AGRIFISH) will organize on the 04-06.10.2017 the Soil for sustainable food production and ecosystem services conference in Talinn Creative Hub, ESTONIA .

More info can be found in the Estonia Presidency page  https://www.eu2017.ee/political-meetings/soil-sustainable-food-production-and-ecosystem-services  or in the EU website https://europa.eu/newsroom/events/soil-sustainable-food-production-and-ecosystem-services_en 

Programme here

For the LANDMARK project Prof Rogier Schulte will be present and will give a presentation on his activities on soil functions and mainly on carbon sequestration and climate regulation soil function in a satellite meeting of the conference on the 4th of October.

September 28, 2017
European Network of Soil Awareness 2017
Hotel Saffron Radlinského 27 811 07 Bratislava

Meeting agenda

The JRC of the European Commission and the European Soil Bureau Network established a Working Group on “Soil Awareness and Education”.  The main objective of the working group is to establish an action plan for the development of measures / programmes / initiatives to raise awareness of the importance of soil across European society (i.e. policy makers, general public, universities, schools, industry, etc.).

The fifth ENSA-JRC meeting was held on the 28-29.09.2017  in Bratislava, SLOVAKIA.  The meeting aimed to bring together people who have a common aim of raising awareness of the importance of soil. The meeting is a forum to exchange best practices and learn about what is happening across Europe. A key aspect will be the implementation of the European Soil Partnership Plan of Action on education and soil awareness (Pillar 2 see the ESP-FAO Implementation Plan 2017-2020
http://esdac.jrc.ec.europa.eu/public_path/u891/2017-ESPPA/20170608_ESP2017-2020_Implementation_Plan_final.pdf ).

For the LANDMARK project Dr Francesca Bampa participated and gave a presentation on the LANDMARK Stakeholder engagement (WP1) and on the Communication and Dissemination Strategy on soil quality and soil functions (WP6).

More info on the meeting  here:  http://www.pedologia.sk/PDF/ENSA17-flyer-Final.pdf

More info on ENSA http://esdac.jrc.ec.europa.eu/networkcooperations/european-network-soil-awareness

August 28, 2017
Wageningen Soil conference 2017
Orion Building, Wageningen Campus, Bronland 1, Building 103, 6708 WH Wageningen, The Netherlands

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK team participated actively to the

Wageningen Soil Conference 2017 – Soil Science in a Changing World

Wageningen University, The Netherlands from 27th to 31st August 2017.

We discussed our LANDMARK novel insights in applied soil science, identified further actions for soil-based solutions that help achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals, and showed possible narratives on soil-based solutions that are convincing to policy makers and other stakeholders.

  • Prof Rachel Creamer (WUR) is inside the Scientific Committee of the conference and chaired the session “Land functions“.
  • Dr Taru Sanden (AGES) gave a keynote speech on  “Sweet spots of multifunctionality in arable soils” under the session the session “Land functions”. This is part of WP1 for the Austrian stakeholders engagement, WP2 for the data collection & WP3 work on understanding Primary Productivity soil function within LANDMARK. Abstract is available here.
  • Dr David Wall (TEAGASC) gave a keynote speech on “The multi-functionality of grasslands for delivering soil based ecosystem services” under the session the session “Land functions”. This is part of WP3 work within LANDMARK. Abstract is available here.
  • Dr Francesca Bampa (WUR) gave an oral presentation on “Land and soil management: structuring empirical knowledge about soil functions using multi criteria decision analysis” under the session “Governance and Policy”. This is part of WP1 for the stakeholders engagement in collaboration with JSI Slovenian colleagues within LANDMARK. Abstract is available here.
  • Lilian O’Sullivan (TEAGASC & WUR PhD student) presented her poster on “Functional land management: EU and Brazil intercontinental learning – a comparison of the scales of action and actors in landscape management “under the session “Governance and Policy”. This is part of WP4WP5 work within LANDMARK. Abstract is available here.
  • Worth to mention the keynote presentation under the session “Governance and Policy”of our SSC member Annette Schneegans (EC DG AGRI) on “Soils in the EU – Agricultural Policy and research working in tandem to spur innovation“. Abstract is available here.

More info http://www.wur.nl/en/Research-Results/Projects-and-programmes/Wageningen-Soil-Conference-2017.htm

Book of abstract available here.

June 26, 2017
Aqua ConSOil 2017
Lyon, France

Meeting agenda

Our colleague Dr Michiel Rutgers will participate at the Aqua ConSOil 2017 14th International Conference on  Sustainable Use and Management of Soil, Sediment and Water Resources in Lyon on the 26th – 30th of  June 2017.

Dr Rutgers will give an oral presentation on Tuesday 27th of June 2017 on  “Paving the path with soil functions for developing tools to sustainable soil management ” in Session ” 6a.2 Ecosystems Services based subsurface management”.

More info http://www.aquaconsoil.org/

June 26, 2017
Congress centre Hof van Wageningen, Wageningen, The Netherlands

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK team participated actively to the Pedometrics 2017 Conference during the last week of June 2017, in Wageningen, The Netherlands.

  • Prof Rachel Creamer (WUR) and Nicolas Saby (INRA) are inside the Scientific Committee of the conference.
  • Dr Adam Csorba  postdoc at SZIU,  gave an oral presentation on “Applying the diagnostic approach for the definition of soil functions – a pilot example on carbon sequestration and storage” . This is part of WP2 work within LANDMARK. abstract available here
  • Stevanche Nikoloski PhD student at JSI-MPS and TEAGASC Walsh Fellow gave an oral presentation on “Prediction of mineralizable nitrogen (N) in soils using ensembles of regression models“. This is also linked to WP3 work within LANDMARK. Abstract available here.
  • Worth to mention the poster on “Mapping Soil Properties for achieving Soil Functions” from Dr Iolanda Simo, former TEAGASC researcher.

More info on http://www.pedometrics2017.org/ and the programme .

June 15, 2017
EIP-AGRI workshop – Organic is Operational 2017
Hamburg, Germany

Meeting agenda

Past June 2016 Dr Francesca Bampa participated one of the EIP-AGRI workshops dedicated to ‘Organic is Operational that took place in Hamburg, Germany, on Wednesday 14 and Thursday 15 June 2017 and gave a short presentation about the Landmark project, its innovation, the objectives & methods of the project , the actors involved and the state of play.

More info, report and material about the workshop here . Programme here and list of participants here

If you want to  know more about EIP-AGRI click here.


June 1, 2017
Conference Centre Albert Borschette, Rue Froissart 36, 1040 Etterbeek, Bruxelles

Meeting agenda

Our SSC member Harald Mauser (EFI) will represent LANDMARK consortium at the  workshop on “CLIMATE ACTION IN AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY” organized by the European Commission DG CLIMA next  1 JUNE 2017.

For more information and agenda visit https://ec.europa.eu/clima/events/articles/0116_en.


May 30, 2017
Roundtable 5 – Romania
Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK Roundtable 5 will be hosted by Prof Teodor Rusu (CLUJ-NAPOCA) and will take place in the Campus University of CLUJ-NAPOCA, Romania, in the last week of May 2017.

April 24, 2017
EGU 2017
Vienna, Austria

Meeting agenda

The Landmark team will be actively participating at the EGU general assembly next 23-28 April 2017.

  • Rachel Creamer (WUR) will convene together with Michiel Rutgers  (RIVM) , Martin Potthoff , Stefan Schrader and Guénola Pérès a session SSS4.11 on the Role of soil biota in soil functioning . More info  here


  • Isabelle Gattin (UNILASALLE) will give an oral presentation on ” Habitat and Biodiversity: One out of five essential soil functions for agricultural soils “.


December 11, 2016
British Ecological Society Annual meeting 2016
Liverpool, UK

Meeting agenda

Our JSI colleagues presented at the  #BES2016 British Ecological Society Annual Meeting in Liverpool, UK

Prof Marko Debeljak gave an oral presentation on Qualitative assessment of nutrient cycling in agro-ecosystems at the Agricultural Ecology Diversity & Dynamics session

Dr Aneta Trajanov  gave an oral presentation on Predicting mineralizable nitrogen in grassland soils at the Ecosystem Ecology & Function Biogeochemical Cycles & Plant-Soil Interactions session.

Programme info here

December 5, 2016
2nd Global Soil Security Conference
Institut Curie at 12 rue Lhomond 75005 Paris.

Meeting agenda

LANDMARK project was represented at the 2nd Global Soil Security Conference by Prof Rachel Creamer (WUR), Dr Francesca Bampa (TEAGASC), Dr Marion Bardy (INRA) and Sebastien Drufin (INRA).

The 2nd Global Soil Security Conference aims to demonstrate that soil, this highly pressurized and crucial resource, is indispensable partner to meet sustainable development goals. The demonstration will be done by linking businesses, practitioners, policymakers and researchers on soil security dimensions through good working practices, business solutions, scientific outcomes and international initiatives that enhance protection and sustainable management of soils. More info here https://gssparisen.wordpress.com/ and conference programme  available here

Prof Creamer gave a keynote oral presentation on the 5th of December  on “Soil and Ecosystem relationships, critical factors to soil“.

Dr Bampa gave a presentation on ” What is your prioritized soil function? Harvesting stakeholders´ knowledge from 5 EU countries .”

Dr Bardy prepared the following poster ” Developing the use of French soil databases: actions of the RMT Sols et Territoires and Sebastien Drufin on “From heterogeneous, multi-source data to harmonized datasets: a major challenge for the assessment of soil functions. The LANDMARK project approach “.





November 8, 2016
Roundtable 4 – Switzerland
Feldis, Switzerland

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK Roundtable 4 is hosted by Dr Johan Six (ETH) and will take place in the quiet town of Feldis, in the easternmost canton of Switzerland, on the 7-10th of November 2016.

October 20, 2016
EU stakeholders workshop
Rue de Tréves 61, Bruxelles, Belgium

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK Consortium organizes the interactive EU stakeholders workshopAre you getting what you want from land? Policy options for competing demands on soil functions.

For more info click here



October 6, 2016
Atelier national multi-acteurs France
Chambres d'agriculture France (APCA), 9 avenue George V , Paris, France

Meeting agenda

Afin de consulter l’ensemble des acteurs concernés par la multi-fonctionnalité des sols, suite aux ateliers organisés aux niveaux local et régional en 2016, l’APCA organise:

un atelier national multi-acteurs
jeudi 6 octobre 2016
de 13h30 à 17h30

Cet atelier s’articule autour d’un exercice de mise en situation, destiné à faire émerger des réflexions et des propositions concrètes concernant la gestion des fonctions des sols à différents niveaux : exploitations agricoles et forestières, territoires ruraux, programmes et politiques publiques.
Cette rencontre conclura un cycle d’ateliers locaux et régionaux en France et permettra de réunir les idées et propositions des acteurs nationaux français en vue d’un atelier européen à Bruxelles.

Les invitations personnelles suivront au cours du mois d’août 2016 et le programme et une documentation détaillée au cours du mois du septembre 2016.

October 5, 2016
Land as a resource: raising awareness and building the knowledge base for European Assessments
EEA, Copenhagen, Denmark

Meeting agenda

The European Environmental Agency organized the seminar “Land as a resource: raising awareness and building the knowledge base for European Assessments”.

For the LANDMARK team participated: Arwyn Jones (JRC), Rachel Creamer (WUR) and David Wall (TEAGASC)

September 22, 2016
European Ecosystem Services conference
Antwerp University, Belgium

Meeting agenda

LANDMARK consortium together with several other EU and National projects is organizing in the contest of the EUROPEAN Ecosystem Services conference  ” Helping nature to help us” www.esconference2016.eu the Policy Session:

Who decides ? Making policies on land management work on the farm

Thursday 22nd September 2016

from 9.00 to 12.30

University of Antwerp, Belgium


To attend please REGISTER here


September 20, 2016
Workshop zu Bodenfunktionen Tulln Austria
BOKU, Konrad Lorenz-Straße 34, 3430 Tulln an der Donau

Meeting agenda

Die AGES (Agentur für Gesundheit und Ernährungssicherheit) ist ein Partner im europäischen Projekt „LANDMARK“.

Am 20.09.2016 findet ein eintägiger Workshop für verschiedene Stakeholder, Interessensgruppen und Landwirte (30-40 Teilnehmer) in Tulln statt. Der Workshop wird in Zusammenarbeit von AGES, BfW, UBA und BOKU organisiert.

Wir laden Sie herzlich ein an unserem Workshop über Bodenfunktionen teilzunehmen!

Ziel des Tages: die Ansichten der beteiligten “Stakeholder” bezüglich ihrer Priorisierung von Bodenfunktionen, ihrer Einstellung zur aktuellen Bodenpolitik bzw. ihre Bedürfnisse zu erfahren sowie ihre Wünsche und sonstigen Fragen zu Bodenfunktionen.


Geplanter Ablauf:

10:15–10:30 Ankunft und Kaffee

10:30–13:00 Was bedeutet Bodenqualität für mich? Welche Bodenfunktionen erfüllt mein Boden?

13:00–14:00 Mittagessen für Teilnehmer des Workshops

14:00-15:30 Outdoor: Wie können Bodenfunktionen anhand eines Bodenprofils erfasst werden?

15:30-16:00 Zusammenfassung, Workshop Evaluierung/Feedback


Wir würden uns sehr freuen Sie als Teilnehmer an unserem Workshop begrüßen zu dürfen!

Bitte geben Sie bis spätestens 5.9.2016bekannt, ob Sie teilnehmen, Kontaktperson ist Heide Spiegel (adelheid.spiegel@ages.at, 050 555 34121). Da unsere Teilnehmeranzahl begrenzt ist, bitten wir Sie um Verständnis, dass die Plätze nach zeitlicher Anmeldung vergeben werden.



September 4, 2016
Summer school on Mining big and complex data
Congress Center, Ohrid, Macedonia

Meeting agenda

In the contest of the FP7 MAESTRA project  our partner Prof Saso Dzeroski (JSI-MPS) organized the Summer school on Mining big and complex data.

More info here.

June 29, 2016
H2020 Coordinators Day calls for proposals 2015
Bruxelles, Belgium
June 15, 2016
8th International Conference “Soils – Our Common Future”

Meeting agenda

ESSC organizes the 8th International Conference “Soils – Our Common Future”

May 25, 2016
Roundtable 3 – Hungary
SZIU Szent István University campus, Gödöllő, Hungary

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK Consortium will meet together with the Stakeholder Steering Committee members next May 2016 in Hungary, hosted by our partner .

The LANDMARK consortium meets in six monthly roundtables in order to align and to meet stakeholder demands across the three LANDMARK spatial scales (local, regional and European).

Roundtable 3 has been hosted by our project partner the Szent Istvan University in GODOLLO, Hungary  25-27th May 2016, bringing together all the LANDMARK consortium plus for the II time the LANDMARK Stakeholder Steering Committee  in order to facilitate the process of continuous shared learning.

November 19, 2015
Regional multi-stakeholders workshop Rouen
Hotel de Region Haute Normandie, Rouen, France

Meeting agenda

During the LANDMARK Roundtable2 in Rouen, APCA and ESITPA in joint collaboration with the Chambre d’Agriculture Seine-Maritime organized a regional multi-stakeholders workshop as shared learning event.

The workshop was held in the Hotel de Region Haute Normandie.

Participants experienced a spatial mapping exercise on possible synergies and conflicts of the five soil functions in a world cafe’ style method.
@Landmark2020 https://twitter.com/Landmark2020/status/667403324644265986?lang=en

November 18, 2015
Roundtable2 – France
ESITPA, Rouen, France

Meeting agenda

The LANDMARK consortium meets in six monthly roundtables in order to align and to meet stakeholder demands across the three LANDMARK spatial scales (local, regional and European).

Roundtable 2 has been hosted by our project partner ESITPA in ROUEN, France 18-20th November 2015, bringing together all the LANDMARK consortium plus the LANDMARK Stakeholder Steering Committee  in order to facilitate the process of continuous shared learning.

@Esitpa https://twitter.com/Esitpa/status/666718665568616449

August 25, 2015
Wageningen Soil Conference 2015
Wageningen, The Netherlands

Meeting agenda

“MAKING THE MOST OF OUR LAND: MEETING SUPPLY AND DEMAND OF SOIL FUNCTIONS FROM FARM TO EUROPEAN SCALE” was the presentation given by Prof Rogier Schulte, LANDMARK project manager at the Wageningen SOIL conference, in The Netherlands. The concept of Functional land management forms the basis of the LANDMARK Consortium and..
Read more on the Book of abstract http://www.wageningenur.nl/upload_mm/6/c/6/3bb550bd-2b03-4a59-a50e-2cf1157109e8_Final_Book%20of%20Abstracts_WSC%202015.pdf

May 20, 2015
Launch & Roundtable 1 – Ireland
Teagasc, Johnstown Castle, Wexford, Ireland

Meeting agenda

Skills, Research and Innovation Minister Damien English launched the pan-European LANDMARK project in Castledockrell, County Wexford, Ireland.

Read more on the http://www.farmersjournal.ie/landmark-will-provide-clarity-on-productive-use-of-our-diverse-soils-181427/ and on Teagasc website  http://www.teagasc.ie/news/2015/201505-20.asp

The LANDMARK consortium meets in six monthly roundtables in order to align and to meet stakeholder demands across the three LANDMARK spatial scales (local, regional and European).

Launch and Roundtable 1 have been hosted by the Project coordinator TEAGASC in WEXFORD, Ireland 20-22nd May 2015, bringing together all the LANDMARK consortium for the first time.


Follow us on @Landmark2020 https://twitter.com/Landmark2020/status/601038069643481088 and on www.landmark2020.eu



BIO4ECO Interreg Europe Thematic workshop

Meeting agenda

Our colleague Lilian O’Sullivan (TEAGASC ) participated at the BIO4ECO Interreg Europe Thematic workshop The Energy-Food-Water land use nexus: possible equilibriums for the low carbon transition Smart land use for low carbon economy past 13th -15th of June in LATVIA giving an oral presentation on Functional land management.

More info here https://www.interregeurope.eu/bio4eco/events/event/699/thematic-workshop-latvia/