The project’s main goal was to help farmers maintain their agricultural lands by implementing innovative adaptation measures to droughts, as well as raise awareness amongst landowners about why it is necessary to care for their lands in this way.
The project ran for 2 years and operated across Belgium, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Germany, Italy and Spain. It became evident that all participating countries suffer from droughts in one way or another.
The project created an educational platform where farmers and landowners can gain knowledge on the practical implementation of different adaptation strategies and water management systems which they can then use on their own land to better cope with droughts.
The materials covered current situations and possibilities and best practice examples of innovative adaptation tools to drought from each partner country.
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