DESCRIPTION OF ACTION
The project organised three course days for different target groups on the Qvidja farm and one breakfast event at the European Commission. The aim of the course days was to familiarise the invited participants with the importance of soil health and the role of soil in protecting the Baltic Sea and fighting against climate change. Healthy soil retains nutrients efficiently and is able to sequester carbon from the atmosphere and store it.
FINANCIAL INSTRUMENT AND FUNDING
Funding from the programme to promote the recycling of nutrients (Raki), Ministry of the Environment
EUR 52,500 (Ministry of the Environment: EUR 38,500)
MAIN IMPLEMENTING PARTY AND CONTACT
Elävä Itämeri Säätiö (Baltic Sea Action Group)