The Programme of 10th CAC 2019 published

CACconference_somekuva_yleinen_FinlandWelcome to 10th Circumpolar Agriculture Conference on 13-15 March 2019 to Rovaniemi, Finland!

The program is now published! We will have 51 interesting oral presentations and 47 poster presentations from various fields of Arctic agriculture and food production based on natural resources. There will be also many attractive side events.

Researchers, practitioners and managers from different parts of the Arctic get together.

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Call of Abstracts extended

The call of abstracts for the 10th Circumpolar Agriculture Conference has been extended! The new deadline is 29th October, 2018. The link for submission of abstracts is in the conference website.

Please note that conference presenters have the possibility to publish in the Open Agriculture, in Special Issue of the Conference.

The deadline for submissions of full-length papers is 31st March 2019.

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Don’t miss the Call of Abstracts

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Please note that the Call for Abstracts for 10th Circumpolar Agriculture Conference is on! The Call of Abstracts will end 17 September.

The Conference will take place 13-15 March 2019, in Rovaniemi, Finland. It will address best practices, innovations and perspectives of local small-scale agriculture in the North.

The program also includes Arctic Deli Market and an interesting whole-day excursion in North-East Lapland.

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10th Circumpolar Agriculture Conference

13.3. – 15.3. 2019
Arctic Centre, University of Lapland, Rovaniemi, Finland

New thinking about local agriculture in the circumpolar Arctic – Best practices, innovations and perspectives

The conference is the tenth in line of international conferences organized within the framework of CAA (Circumpolar Agriculture Association), aimed at people involved in northern agriculture such as researchers, practitioners, administrators, managers, policy-makers and students. The conference will address a bottom-up approach and new thinking of local agriculture, food production and rural development in the northern areas.

The goal is to open up and discuss versatile meanings of circumpolar agriculture and call for new thinking to address its topical challenges and opportunities. The sessions will highlight among others best practices and resilient solutions in the utilization of animal and plant resources, local breeds, reindeer herding, small-scale farming and non-timber forest products. The conference will address the high quality of arctic foods, their local profitability and business opportunities. The importance of food security and sustainability in different regions and countries will also be discussed.

The conference is hosted by the Arctic Centre, University of Lapland together with the Natural Resources Institute Finland; other coorganisers are ProAgria Lapland, Lapland University of Applied Sciences, Regional Council of Lapland and Reindeer Herders’ Association.

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