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Recycling of unsold food bank products by processing VSES

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Supporting the creation of an enterprise foundation ine the Pays de Loire Region

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Support to set up the “La Ruche” project – Pays Médoc

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Design of a professional course for the “La Ruche” project – Pays Médoc

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Farming test-space “La Ruche du Médoc” — Southern Médoc


In an area where the social and economic situations are contrasted, the “Pays Médoc” wants to build a territorial food system which would respond to an unsatisfied food demand while energizing the local economy and preserving natural resources. The project’s aim is to set up a business incubator, the Medoc Hive, at the heart of the system. Its duties will be to support and help the settling in of truck farmers wishing to valorize their productions on short territorial sectors.

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Acceptability of farm-environmental practices

Contribution to a research project as part of a consortium involving a research laboratory and a company

As part of a research program led by ADEME, Agrisud is involved in a project which aims to identify the obstacles and levers to the energy and ecological transition of farmers.

Indeed, the results of research conducted by INRA show that intermediate crops can play a positive role in the Carbon and GHG balance, which is why practices must evolve.

The Agrisud team is made up of Aida and the Cesbio laboratory. They are jointly experimenting with two groups of farmers in the Gers in order to build with them practice change models based on their specific situations on their territory.

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Farm test-space “Agrobiopole” – Metropolis of Metz

Context / Issues:

Metz Métropole is a territory composed half of rural communes of which 50% of the surface is dedicated to agriculture. The Agrobiopole development project is part of the economic development plan of the urban community and aims to reinvest a part of the area (land, brownfields, etc.) by developing innovative and promising agricultural activities.


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The Agricultural Testing Area is part of the various projects planned on the Agrobiopole, it is intended to support project leaders in launching their gardening activities by allowing them to test the life-size.

Metz Métropole wanted to have outside expertise to carry out this program, which is why she turned to Agrisud to intervene in advisory support to the project team and its partners.

Agrisud accompanies the structuring oof the support process that will be offered to people wishing to go through the Agricultural Testing Area.


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