National Programmes and Public awareness activities

On this page you find information on National Programmes and public awareness materials produced by the National Programmes in the European countries. In case you wish to add some information to this website related to your country, then please kindly contact the ECPGR Secretariat.

Please note that this page is under construction. More links will be published soon.

Public awareness activities
  • A new institution was founded in 2012 at the Horticultural College and Research Institute in Schönbrunn (Vienna, Austria): the City Farm Schönbrunn [link in German]. In this paradisiac garden gathering a large vegetable diversity, children of all ages learn about gardening, healthy food and nature’s cycles. This project was awarded the third prize out of 233 applicants by the well-respected SozialMarie patronized by Austria, Hungary and Czech Republic [see link]   
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  • 20 years of the National Programme on Conservation and Utilization of Plant Genetic Resources and Agrobiodiversity  [English version, PDF] (4.1 MB)
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  • German National Programme for Genetic Resources of Agricultural and Horticultural crops [click here]
  • The implementation of the National Programme of Plant Genetic Resources [in German]
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    Italian National Programme on Conservation and Sustainable Utilization  (poster) (1.6 MB)
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    Inventories of Italian plant genetic resources - selected references  (publications in Italian) (285 KB)
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  • 'Earth’s most important room’ is the title of a travelling exhibition about Svalbard Global Seed Vault that recently was inaugurated in Agder Natural History Museum and Botanical Garden in Kristiansand.
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