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10th ENOAS meeting in Czech Republic August 21-28, 2011

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10th ENOAS meeting in Czech Republic August 21-28, 2011

Are you student? Are you young enthusiast of organic? Join us to visit organic farms, businesses and organisations, as well as nature sites in Czech Republic. Come to Czech Republic to exchange with other young organic enthusiasts as well as with organic producers and local experts.

A fun, informative experience awaits you.

See attached draft program.

Participation fee only 150 Euros for a full week of activities with young organic individuals.

Registration open till July 25 at https://spreadsheets.google.com/spreadsheet/viewform?formkey=dEQxa3REbXNIcndQQ1VRcGNSRnhuaHc6MA

More information http://www.enoas.org/index.php?page=6

IFOAM EU and ENOAS also announce their other planned student activity for this year:

Student seminar in Lyon, October 20-21(23) More information at:

Please, share this information with your young people and students who could be interested to join.

ENOAS – The European Network of Organic Agriculture Students:

  • It is a network created by organic students for organic students
  • Wants to enable students from different European countries studying organic agriculture or having an interest in it, to get in contact with each other
  • Wants to promote organic agriculture as a valid alternative
  • Organizes every summer a meeting, somewhere in Europe, where we meet, visit and discuss: the ENOAS Summer Meeting.

Our first focus in on Europe, however we have a world-wide interest.

IFOAM EU Group

Phone: +32 2 280 11 51

Twitter: twitter.com/#!/IFOAMEU

Facebook: IFOAM EU Group

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Rue du Commerce 124

1000 Brussels

Belgium

The IFOAM EU Group is the European working level within the International Federation of Organic Agriculture Movements. It brings together more than 300 organisations, associations and enterprises from all EU-27, EFTA and candidate countries. IFOAM´s goal is the worldwide adoption of ecologically, socially and economically sound systems that are based on the principles of Organic Agriculture.

Read more: http://www.ifoam-eu.org

DraftProgrammeOfENOASMeetingInTheCzechRepublic2011August21-28.pdf

Author: C. Whitney

I am an Independent consultant working with Organic farmers, wild collectors and conservation oriented communities in SE Asia. - Organic Consultant and Researcher, PhD candidate, Couchsurfing Ambassador, MOFGA Member, IFOAM Member, Organic Group Manager...

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