Healthy Soil, Healthy Crops, Healthy People
2 - 4 February 2005 in the Netherlands
High food quality is based on a high soil quality. That's why soil quality is of utmost importance for further development of organic agriculture. And that's why soil quality is the basic theme of this first International Workshop within the EU integrated project "Quality Low Input Food". The workshop is being organised by Louis Bolk Institute (NL) and Newcastle University (GB).
The aim of the two-days workshop is to transfer both theoretical background knowledge and practical skills in the use of new techniques and experimental approaches.
Participants will be PhD students and junior scientists/post-doctoral researchers. There is a maximum of 40 participants.
For further inforamation please see the announcement (PDF) of the training workshop
A preliminary programme has been set up. Furthermore, you can find additional information about some of the workshops
The workshop will be held in the Netherlands at the Louis Bolk Instituut. Participants should book their own accommodation. Addresses and bookinginformation can be found at location.
Cost and payment conditions
Informations on cost for participation and conditions for payment are available at this page. A limited number of bursaries will be available for scientists without sufficient funding.
Please, complete this registration form (WORD), save it on your computer and send it by fax (+0031 343 515611) or email to Geert-Jan van der Burgt, Louis Bolk Instituut
All questions can be directed to Geert-Jan van der Burgt, Louis Bolk Instituut