Envisioning Mountainous Sustainable Food Systems

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Date(s) - 01 Dec 2017
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Bulle, Switzerland


The 5th edition of the Forum Origin, Diversity and Territories will take place in Bulle (Fribourg, Switzerland) on the 1st of December 2017.

This year the Forum will celebrate mountains with the theme: Envisioning Mountainous Sustainable Food Systems

During the event, participants will explore the richness and the dynamism of mountainous territories, and their innovative initiatives for building sustainable food systems.

21 project managers of seven mountainous massifs across the five continents, selected to participate in a 4-day training in Switzerland, representatives from the co-organisers of the Forum, and participants from multiple backgrounds will get together to exchange, study and learn from the innovative initiatives that are flourishing in mountain areas…

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