CETRAD’s researchers Octávio Sacramento and Veronika Joukes and participated in the work meeting of the INTEGRURAL project – Capacity Building for Integrated Sustainable Development in Rural Areas, which took place in Cori (Italy) from 4-8 April.

The INTEGRUPAL project consist of a network of entrepreneurs, universities, rural counties, social laboratories, computer experts and researchers from several European countries. The aim of the meeting was to support small-scale farmers and micro-entrepreneurs in remote rural areas by providing training for innovation and strategic thinking to combine agricultural practices with cultural heritage.

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