On a Silver Plate
Sep 11th 2018

AGROLYMPICS is going strong! The 3rd edition of the Games in Portugal finished only a few days ago but we already have a fine line-up for the upcoming years as more and more member states are taking up the challenge of the organisation. The idea of this large-scale competition came from a man whom the […]

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Something to remember… Agrolympics
Sep 9th 2018

Citius, Altius, Fortius    At the end of August, about 100 people from 19 different EUROPEA network schools found their way to Portugal, to Póvoa de Varzim. The aim of the visit was participation in the 3rdAgrolympics. Games started with the flag ceremony on the 29th of August. Every team started with the first task on the […]

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BREAKING NEWS !!
Sep 4th 2018

3rd September 2018 Poland is to take over the organisation of 4th AGROLYMPICS ! Yesterday we got wonderful news from EUROPEA-Polska !! They confirmed the organisation of the next AGROLYMPICS !! So the line of the venues goes as follows: 2019 – Poland 2020 – Estonia 2021 – The Netherlands 2022 – Austria Once again […]

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And the winner is …
Sep 3rd 2018

The winning team – Portugal   The 3rd AGROLYMPICS is over and we have the results !! 1. Portugal 2. Serbia 3. Switzerland The Fair Play Award went to Austria! Congrats to everybody !! You are all winners, Folks !!   By Judit Čović (HU), leader of the Editorial Group Pic by Judit 🙂  

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3rd AGROLYMPICS opened!
Aug 30th 2018

This evening on the magnificent premises of Agros in Póvoa de Varzim, near Porto (PT) the 3rd AGROLYMPICS got on her way with a superb opening ceremony. Teams from 19 countries took part in a spectacular parade introduced by engaging drummers and lead by attractive horse riders.   The ceremony ended with the inauguration  of […]

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EUROPEA – official!
Jul 26th 2018

During the meetings in Edinburgh (Oct 1992, GB) and Ettelbruck (Jan 1993, LU) the pioneers of EUROPEA formed and accepted the first Statutes of our network, and in the second half of 1993 the official recognition was enthusiastically awaited. On the very day of 28thSept 1993, the certifying Royal Decree and the EUROPEA Statutes were published in […]

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Valuable outcomes during the final LOASA project meeting
Jul 13th 2018

The impact is showing, wish for sustainability From June 12-16 the LOASA partners held their final transnational project meeting in Kokemäki, Finland. It was well hosted by SASKY College. The main outcomes of the meeting are as follows. We’ve worked on the recommendations for adjustments and optimization of the learning units and assessments, based on […]

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Minister of Rural Affairs of Estonia acknowledged top rural economics graduates
Jun 27th 2018

Minister of Rural Affairs of Estonia, Tarmo Tamm, acknowledged the top graduates of rural economics vocational schools, the Estonian University of Life Sciences and the agriculture and rural economy field at the Institute of Chemistry and Biotechnology of Tallinn University of Technology during today’s reception at the Ministry. The reception was held for the 20th time. […]

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Landscaping and Gastronomy in Tuscany

From Sunday the 17thto Saturday the 23rdof of June 2018, a group of 20 participants from Aeres University of Applied Sciences in Wageningen (Netherlands) was in Tuscany to attend a subject-specific study week. The group consisted of full-time and part-time students in Consumptive Technology, Garden & Landscape, Nutrition & Communication and Floral Design. The organization […]

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From Edinburgh to Ettelbruck and Tune
Jun 24th 2018

Following the remarkable success of the “May in Strasbourg” meeting, the French Ministry of Agriculture urged the organisers to continue cooperation on professional basis. So it happened that in October 1992 members of the COE (Comité d’organisation d’EUROPEA) travelled to Edinburgh (UK) to prepare the statutes, and with that, we were definitely on the way […]

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Spanish students designed a drone to combat the tiger mosquito!
May 30th 2018

Some students of La Malvesia Vocational School have developed a prototype drone to combat a common pest, the tiger mosquito, through biological control in order to reduce the application of chemical pesticides in the environment. First, we have had a training course which helped teachers and students to learn how to create a new drone. This […]

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